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Guest Safety: 9 Tips for Safe Indoor Dining

Nothing is more important in the restaurant industry right now than guest and staff safety.


How one indie fast casual is making big service model shifts to weather the winter

Chicago’s Antique Taco is turning one location into an old-school drive-in and another into a sit-down spot.

The chicken-centric Tender Shack is expanding into 12 more markets

Places can resume using up to 50% of their dining rooms--at least for now.

Having locations in the areas where city dwellers have hunkered down because of the COVID-19 crisis proved a boon for the venerable brand. The key was having drive-thrus.

The $8.99-a-month unlimited coffee offering has been “very successful at a very difficult time,” CEO Niren Chaudhary said.

There’s no denying that the pandemic has changed the way the restaurant business runs.

The grocery giant, through a partnership with delivery-only startup ClusterTruck, is opening two ghost kitchens in Indiana and Ohio.

Will cozy cabins or heated tables allow restaurants to continue service even as the weather gets colder?

The agency has added airborne contamination as an indoor danger, albeit a lesser one.

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