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

Schlotzsky’s aims to complete chainwide redo in months

Overhauled units have seen sales rise an average of 9%, according to its president.


Can restaurants ban guests for trolling them on social media?

The mantra in hospitality law is that you can deny service for any reason, so long as it’s not for the wrong reason, Advice Guy says.

The sushi ingredient has been linked to illnesses in seven states.

Here are five tips to help restaurants reduce waste for healthier profits and a healthier earth.

Two solar farms are currently feeding the restaurants, with six more due to come online.

Everyone in the restaurant industry knows the off-premise shift is not a passing fad. It’s the new normal for the restaurant industry and brands that don’t adapt will be left behind.

The chain will test new technology to streamline a.m. service, part of a larger push to provide more convenience and higher-quality items.

But federal officials say they are still unable to identify the source restaurants, supermarkets or suppliers.

A local trade group is pushing for concessions to protect brick-and-mortar establishments and their customers.

The decision comes as more jurisdictions are eyeing bans on cashless establishments, saying they discriminate against low-income consumers.