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

First Watch views its limitations as its greatest asset

The newly public chain continues to innovate within its “daytime dining” framework, adding alcohol and developing a prototype designed to drive more top-line sales.

Operations

Why Bartaco made a big investment in reducing its carbon footprint

The casual-dining chain offset 11,000 metric tons of carbon this year without a traditional ROI in mind.

But the authorities said they lack sufficient evidence to say what ingredient of the cup might be the contaminant. Meanwhile, the victims' list has grown to 279.

The New York State Restaurant Association is working with a technology company to develop a model acceptable to all.

The Minneapolis-based chain on Wednesday launched home delivery for weekly or monthly subscriptions of coffee, tea and ready-to-drink, canned beverages.

The multi-concept operator is being sued for $21 million for allegedly over-serving a patron whose car was supposed to drive him home.

Franchisees are trying incentives and vaccine clinics. But the company has also sourced tests for those who resist the inoculation.

Eating and drinking places accounted for about 2% of violent crimes overall in 2020. The figures reflect 76 murders.

Join the National Restaurant Association on Tuesday as Hudson Riehle, SVP, Research and Knowledge Group, shares key findings and top takeaways from the first half of 2021.

There’s little to no post-pandemic recovery for small operators, with the delta variant creating continued anxiety and uncertainty. And winter is coming.

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