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Restaurant marketing ideas and trends


Restaurants offer to-go packages for Memorial Day and graduation celebrations

Grilling kits, picnic boxes and more are available to kick off the holiday weekend at home.


Pasqually’s Pizza is just the latest in a new crop of virtual restaurants

Chuck E. Cheese’s delivery-only offshoot made waves on social media, but it’s far from the first chain to go undercover on third-party apps.

Out-of-the-box ways to enforce restrictions are not only effective, but they can also be a good marketing tool.

The fast casual, long a social media innovator, teamed up with influencers and other brands to create an event for high schoolers whose proms have been canceled due to COVID-19.

The two are the latest big chains to try that form of to-go and delivered meals.

From on-brand songs to pre-pandemic restaurant sounds, here’s what operators are doing to bring dine-in ambiance home.

The establishments will be added to a list of institutions and residential care facilities where the coronavirus has been detected.

The company and its franchisees are giving “Thank You Meals” to emergency and healthcare workers amid criticism of the chain’s response to the crisis.

Local restaurants and big chains alike are giving free meals to front-line workers and first responders. Here’s a look at how companies are responding.

As the ban on dining in continues, restaurants continue to come up with creative ways to generate business.

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