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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology
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This week’s 5 head-spinning moments: Making restaurants great again

When the happy talk is all about taxes, you know this was a good spell for restaurants. Also on the plus side: a cover-up for breastaurants, a lovefest for the big burger chains and bitcoins make an inroad.

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Is it legal to sell wine to go?

Liquor laws vary by state, but if you do choose to do it, make sure it benefits your business, Advice Guy says.

The restaurant executive table, and talks around it, must evolve to keep up, says RB Managing Editor Sara Rush Wirth.

Lowcountry makes plans to scale up by launching a fast casual-full service combo.

The true test of an operation's mettle is how it responds to challenges. These weren't exactly taken from the textbook.

Rooftops and patios can be a big draw—if the upfront costs add up.

KFC is tinkering with a new health-minded concept, while also testing life as a retailer. And those aren't the only transformations that snared attention.

With new indoor and outdoor equipment, grilling and smoking have been made easy. Here are the key issues to consider when purchasing a new grill/smoke setup for your shop.

With their typical bland colors and limited materials palette, one would assume that not much thought is given to selecting the workman-like coverings for walls and ceilings in restaurant kitchens— and it’s easy to see why it might appear that way: If no one is going to see it, does it really matter what goes on them?

Whether you’re grilling in your kitchen or outdoors, here’s how to find the grill that’s right for your operation.

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