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Lazy Dog lightens up

With the launch of its "Nutritious & Delicious" menu this summer, Lazy Dog Café got off the couch. The Southern California casual dining concept created a slimmed-down roster featuring 10 items, all 650 calories or less.

Consumer Trends

Conference finds experience trumps food for attention

Assessments of consumer preferences repeatedly turned during a conference this week for limited-service operators to observations that experience is outshining food as a customer draw.

The burger giant’s efforts to trademark a McDonaldized term for brunch has observers wondering if planning is underway for a late-morning menu on weekends.

The killer combo of higher volumes and better margins is luring artistes in whites to bring their culinary skill to the limited-service sector. And that doesn’t mean more burgers.

All-day breakfast is building sales for concepts that deliver on trends.

The changeover to McPick 2 is the latest indication of the the chain’s plan to move more quickly.

Technomic looks at consumers’ assessments of more than 60 attributes in order to determine the winners of its annual Chain Restaurant Consumers’ Choice Awards.

For nearly 20 years, Nora's Restaurant operated on West Lake street in Minneapolis.

Annual sales from the deal are expected to total $25 million for the duration of the agreement and bring the total number of Burger King outlets serviced by...

Three meat industry mavens share their strategies for purchasing and menuing underutilized cuts: Scott Popovic, corporate chef with Certified Angus Beef,...

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