Lisa Jennings

Executive Editor

Articles by
Lisa Jennings

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Workforce

Two restaurants in Boston ordered to pay $210,000 in back wages and penalties

And another North Carolina operator must also pay more than $157,000 to 65 workers following a U.S. Labor Department investigation.

Emerging Brands

Ramen wars: Emerging chains aim to become Americans’ top spot for noodles and broth

A growing number of restaurant brands are vying for dominance with a dish that checks every box for the post-pandemic consumer.

Former Chipotle exec Jason Cochran joins American West Restaurant Group.

Ghosties and ghoulies are invited to dine in costume on Oct. 31 to earn a discounted burrito for $6, which is a dollar more than last year.

It’s one of the largest relief efforts among a number of states offering cash injections to help consumers deal with rising costs. Will restaurants benefit?

The pizza chain co-founder evangelizes for fair workweek on panel hosted by U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh.

If there is one constant in the restaurant industry, it is the creative output of entrepreneurs in the independent restaurant sector who keep a steady pace of new concepts and innovation. To help readers keep up with what’s new, Restaurant Business is launching a new monthly feature that will track notable independent restaurant openings—and closings— across the country.

The fast-casual chain first launched the sandwiches in 12 flavors earlier this year, but ran out in less than a week. Now they’re trying again.

The new La Madrina will be part of an all-star food hall lineup created by Mina Group spinoff TableOne Hospitality.

The robotic pizza truck designed by SpaceX engineers is scheduled to launch soon at USC in Los Angeles.

Portillo's and Lou Malnati's team up for an iconic Chicago deep-dish pizza collaboration.

Guests at this unit of the Korean fried chicken chain will be able to order online or by kiosk and pick up food from lockers.

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