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Lauren Hallow


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What will be the breakout concept of 2017?

From Eatsa to McDonald's, here's a look at 13 quick-service and fast-casual brands with the potential to be next year's breakout restaurant concept.

6 takeaways from a fusion fast casual’s recent PE infusion

Coming off a successful appearance on the TV show “Shark Tank,” Chi'Lantro founder Jae Kim discusses what makes the Korean-Mexican fast casual an investable brand and the challenges on growing the concept, including how to deal with the chain’s cashless policy.

Pizza may be a national staple, but its different styles vary based on regions, from the Quad Cities to New Haven. With regional menu items such as Nashville chicken popping up on menus, could pizza be the next regional hit?

We found so many great ideas on a recent restaurant tour in Los Angeles that we had to split them into two installments. While the first batch covered menu innovations, this batch takes a look at stealable operations ideas.

Here’s a peek at some of the newest restaurants we’re monitoring, along with some soon-to-open concepts to keep an eye on.

The chain’s new unit design will feature exhibition baking via its so-called Biscuit Theater.

Opened in September at Newark Liberty International Airport, Daily claims to be the first airport restaurant to feature a completely different menu every day.

Hardcore dining-out fans reveal what types of restaurants are catching their fancy. The foodies' preferences might surprise you.

The Florida casual-dining brand ranks in the top 50 food and beverage companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 list, and is on track to reach $10 million in revenue in 2016.

A look inside Tasty Made reveals the point of distinction is a bacon sauce intended to be used in place of ketchup.

Hot dog and sausage chains are trending in fast casual and casual dining, thanks to affordable ingredients and a variety of flavors.

With elements of fast casual, casual dining and fine dining, Corridor has something for every guest who walks in the door.

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