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Operations

New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology
Operations

How restaurants are trying to recoup revenue from a bleak holiday party season

Large shindigs are out, but operators are innovating with alternative holiday events to bring in some cash.

Operations

Fast casuals try to solve the drive-thru riddle

Many in the segment are experimenting with tech-enabled options to keep their elevated fast-casual positioning while creating safe, convenient pickup methods.

As the pandemic hit, fast-food chains rethought their designs. Here’s a look at the most popular elements.

Meyer said all on-premise service at Union Square Hospitality Group restaurants would be suspended to preserve the health and safety of employees.

More areas set limits on outdoor dining as well as indoor seating.

Daryl Parks, who has represented families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Corey Jones, has joined a pair of lawsuits against the chain.

Many independent restaurants limped through earlier closures, thanks to limited federal aid, but operators say their future is even more precarious during this latest round of dining closures.

With the pandemic devastating the hospitality business, hotel operators have to move in new directions for the new year.

Nevada's governor said he will announce new safety steps shortly.

The chicken chain, set to ramp up new units next year, unveiled its “Next Generation Prototype,” including digital cubbies, double drive-thrus, parking for takeout orders and fewer seats.

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