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

Predictions for 2021: Will things be better or worse?

RB editors take turns prognosticating on the coming year and what is in store for the restaurant industry.


Caterers are adapting new business models to recoup holiday sales

With big corporate parties out, the catering industry is creating small solutions to bring in some revenue this season.

Here are the hot topics that operators should be keeping an eye on in the coming year.

With limited federal aid and a still-surging pandemic, an unprecedented number of neighborhood restaurants were forced to close their doors for good.

Operators learned some new terms and some old words took on new meaning during this most unusual year.

Here's a quick look at the latest service restrictions and rules affecting restaurants.

After a year like 2020, what else could go wrong? Um...have a seat.

Restaurants had to get extra creative this year, and many of their efforts have long-term viability.

Forced to change how they do business, restaurant operators turned to ghost kitchens, virtual brands, drive-thrus and more.

A lot happened in the restaurant industry in the months before COVID-19 hit. Here's a look back.

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