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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.
Younger diners say they're more likely to visit restaurants that take steps to fight racism, according to a new report from Technomic.
The summer vacation season is here, but Americans are sticking close to home.
Restaurant and bar customers support operators who enforce mask compliance.
New research provides says customers are relying on government officials to give them the go-ahead to dine out again.
It’s called “comfort food” for a reason: Homestyle recipes and nostalgic flavors appeal to and attract consumers looking to de-stress and indulge in their favorite treats.
Consumer spending at restaurants jumped 103% that Sunday, according to data company Womply.
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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.