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

As states reopen, restaurants proceed with caution

Slowly returning diners and government limits on dine-in service are making for a hesitant comeback.


Restaurant damaged in Minneapolis protests: ‘Let my building burn’

The Gandhi Mahal restaurant called for justice following the death of George Floyd.

A number of jurisdictions are embracing sidewalk dining and drinking as a safer near-term option—a view shared by consumers, according to new research.

Some operators are trying it, but consumers do not seem to support the move.

Around the country, mom and pops—many of which served their communities for decades—are shutting their doors in record numbers.

While these uncertain times have been anxiety-inducing for operators across the industry, many have used these hardships as a catalyst for creativity, adaptation and change.

The guide incorporates the latest information and best practices from the CDC and FDA as restaurants begin to reopen.

With a new owner and a new president, the once-thriving fast casual is working on improving its food with an eye toward future unit growth after decades of shrinkage.

Take a look at five smart moves that can help restaurants endure today—and thrive tomorrow.

Personal liability was waived for lease defaults, and sidewalk fees were suspended.

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