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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology
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Nevada opens the door to 'cannabis consumption lounges'

The new establishments will feature THC-infused edibles for onsite consumption. Additional foods and beverages can also be sold.

Operations

How eatertainment chains are easing back into the business of selling fun

After a year of bankruptcies and bad news, food-and-games brands are welcoming families back with promotions, new menu offerings and more. But they still have a way to go to get back to pre-pandemic sales.

The publication was named best website for an industry publication of its size, and also earned honors for best art direction, best subject-related package, best work by a single author and more.

As the demand for off-premise dining continues to grow, operators need to make adjustments to ensure customers are receiving the same level of quality and safety they would if their meal were consumed in house.

With the pandemic easing, the chain will let customers bring reusable cups starting June 22 in a bid to reduce waste.

The fast-casual custard-and-burger concept debuted a new prototype focused largely on off-premise business.

The Independent Marketing Alliance now has five members, with PFG by far the largest.

The fast casual’s CEO said he is “bullish” on the brand performing well in other countries, given its wide variety of access points for diners.

The fast casual’s digital enhancements, marketing and hiring strategies and new design contributed to its success. And the launch of a crispy chicken sandwich didn’t hurt.

They describe the pandemic as a unifying force that triggered changes in how they’ll operate going forward.

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