Noodles & Company


After pandemic struggles, Noodles appears to be on an upswing

The fast-casual chain, which saw double-digit same-store sales declines earlier in the pandemic, is reporting brighter Q3 numbers.


Noodles is giving workers paid time off to vote

The chain joins several others in encouraging employees to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

From bonuses to custom-created sandwiches, restaurant chains around the country are trying to keep their valuable resources in-house during a stressful time.

Ken Kuick, who has been with the chain since 2018, said his departure is not connected to the fast casual’s performance during the pandemic.

The fast-casual reported a same-store sales decline of nearly 31% during Q2.

The fast casual is encouraging customers to take advantage of the chain’s digital options for off-premise orders.

The popular bowl trend continues to surge with new combinations of ingredients.

The fast-casual chain says it has reopened about 20% of its dining rooms.

The fast-casual chain is pushing back its 10Q filing because of business interruption caused by COVID-19.

The chain is banking on curbside pickup and delivery to help make up for lost dine-in business.

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