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A new survey shows that the exclusion of fans from most stadiums will be a boon to takeout and delivery.
More than 20% of delivery customers encounter problems every time they order, a new survey found.
New research from SevenRooms can help operators understand and meet guest expectations.
Most diners say they want to avoid ordering from third parties, but are restaurants doing enough to capture their business?
The trend mirrors a gradual return to on-premise dining nationwide, though visits still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.
A new survey by the National Restaurant Association found that 89% of adults fear for the future of local restaurants.
Democrats and Republications are divided about restaurant dining during a pandemic.
For some, that means sipping a fruity drink under a patio umbrella at a restaurant that not very long ago wasn’t open for in-person dining.
Fear of contracting the coronavirus is keeping many from visiting restaurants, according to a survey from consulting firm AlixPartners.
In recent months, off-premise dining has become the predominant way—if not the only way—that many restaurants have been fulfilling orders.
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Peter Romeo highlights the moments restaurateurs miss at their own peril
As restaurants begin to reemerge, one year since it all began, Restaurant Business takes stock of the massive changes the virus has brought.