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

Did restaurants reopen too soon?

With coronavirus rates rising and restaurants being forced to re-close after some employees contracted the virus, some city officials say they are considering reinstating stay-at-home orders.


Amid ‘awakening,’ Black-owned restaurants see a boost

Many reported sales spikes in recent weeks as lists of Black-owned businesses circulate online.

Restaurants need to be direct with customers about the best way to order from them, Advice Guy says.

Sales for the Bloomin’ brand have climbed to within 13.6% of 2019 levels.

Equipment customization has seemingly become a lost art in a cookie-cutter world, leading restaurants to adapt their operations to the equipment available, rather than the other way around. 

The coronavirus is forcing the fast-casual chain to pull out of Colorado and Florida.

The remaining assets of Maines Paper & Food Service would be liquidated under the reorganization plan.

An upscale restaurant enforces safety guidelines with style and substance.

Research conducted by the chain revealed new guest preferences and concerns. Here's how the brand is responding to conditions cited by a number of chains as the new reality.

The vendors, many of whom are unlicensed, will now be subject to the purview of other city departments, according to an announcement by New York City’s mayor.

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