Emerging Brands

New brands and soon-to-open concepts worth watching

Emerging Brands

The race is on for a piece of the pickleball pie

New concepts seem to pop up daily. Here's a look at how the pickleball eatertainment landscape is taking shape.

Emerging Brands

When a 'Help Wanted' sign turns into a 'For Sale' notice

Reality Check: Five weeks of management hell was enough for this industry vet of 47 years.

Coffee and "dirty soda" take center stage on this year’s ranking of up-and-coming restaurant chains, but midscale breakfast brands see plenty of room to expand and casual dining makes a comeback.

Restaurant Rewind: Wagamama was going to blitz the U.S. market, or at least that was talk. Decades later, we're still waiting.

A wave of Italian concepts is coming, along with a listening bar from Sean Brock in Nashville and a foray into Miami by Tao Group Hospitality. And Gladstone's in LA is closing, but Wolfgang Puck is planning new life for the space.

Reality Check: Starbucks’ Howard Schultz, Tesla’s Elon Musk, and serial tech disruptor Marc Lore are betting they can change the restaurant industry with new ventures. Here’s a look at what they’re envisioning.

After conquering e-commerce, the serial entrepreneur set out to fix food delivery. He created a new kind of restaurant in the process.

The acquisition will allow the "more mindful" Epic Burger to more than double in unit count and will bring drive-thru locations into the fold. But Meatheads will be no more.

The celebrity chef’s Nusr-Et steakhouse chain is embracing eatertainment, while the recently closed SaltBae Burger is already plotting a U.S. comeback.

Newly unsealed court documents contend the evidence abounds, potentially complicating the legal battles involving the high-volume concept.

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