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

Restaurants eyeing retail: To insure or not to insure?

It helps to remember the old expression: “No one thinks they need insurance until they need insurance," Advice Guys says.


3 big changes coming to Starbucks

The coffee giant seeks to reimagine the "third place," debut compostable cups and more.

Starting immediately, restaurants there will be required to accept cash if that’s what consumers choose to tender.

After a busy 2018, the company is now focused on improving speed and marketing its new strategies to bolster traffic.

The chain, which reported 4% comps growth in Q4 but fell short of expectations, is increasingly shifting to an off-premise focus.

The brand has “infinite scale,” according to its CEO, but there’s one thing holding back its growth.

Just because an operator can legally push fees onto the guest doesn't mean they should, Advice Guy says.

The restaurateur, who founded Wingstop and Pizza Patrón, was his own general contractor for his newest restaurant, Porch Swing.

The restaurant operator, still eyeing a possible sale, saw same-store sales growth of just 0.1% in Q4.

The entertainment concept hopes a more flexible design will fit in smaller and midsize cities.