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

An aging FSR gets a food hall facelift

Will The Proud Bird fly after its multiconcept makeover?


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The Starbucks revolution has permanently changed the face of coffee consumption. Coffee drinkers expect high-quality brews everywhere they go, and restaurants have taken this as a cue to improve their offerings. Manufacturers are obliging, developing equipment innovations to keep pace.

With today’s rising ingredient costs and tight margins, portion control is more essential than ever. That’s why scales are so important in both back- and front-of-house.

Made-to-order pizza concepts rely on speedy, high-temperature ovens to fire up customized pizzas.

Restaurants influenced more than food trends this week. Just ask those waifs in outlandish outfits who strutted the runways this week in New York City.

Restaurateurs will have a chance to comment on the revision proposed by the FDA.

Delivery is just a small portion of the off-premise market, but it’s growing at a rapid clip—both in terms of consumer demand and operator execution.

A lawsuit accusing the chain of duping customers with underfilled drinks was thrown out by a federal court.

The so-called glove law sometimes appears to be ignored by fine-dining establishments. Advice Guy weighs in.

Former restaurateur and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney showed sympathy for franchising's plight if an expanded definition of the concept should stand. He promised to have the White House take a look.

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