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

Tijuana Flats debuts a new, tech-enabled prototype

The 25-year-old Tex-Mex chain had “never had a real tech package,” the brand’s vice president of development said.


Velvet Taco is opening a seatless restaurant

An 800-sq.-ft. unit will open without a dining room.

Jay Pandya said he is well aware of the chain’s past troubles but this time, new units are being opened “strategically.”

Orders fell by nearly a quarter overall, but purchases of things like disposable bags and food safety products soared.

The company is working with the State of Washington on scaling vaccine efforts.

A drive-thru pickup lane alone has increased the production of tacos at peak times by 60%, says CEO Clay Dover.

A new virtual catering channel and more are giving the brand hope for the sluggish revenue channel in the new year.

How the industry has innovated in response to the challenges presented by COVID-19

Chicago’s Village Tap is handing out $10 gift cards with proof of vaccination.

With transportation already limited and more deadly violence possible, operators are deciding whether to stay open for what’s usually a business boon.

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