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With more restaurants competing for the same great talent, operators are getting creative about how they find and attract the best and brightest.

The user-friendly menu

The menu at Wave, in the W Chicago Hotel, has been a work in progress. Arriving early to the “sharing plates” party, Wave’s basic concept hasn’t changed, but the way it’s presented to customers via the menu has undergone a series of subtle shifts.

Four entrepreneurs who already made it big once talk about building another success story after the first act is over.

Well-designed display cases can improve operational efficiencies, create competitive differentiation and increase sales.

With so many new features out there, it's a good idea to understand what you need before you buy. Here's a guide to walk you through the process.

How four chains built some of the nation's most innovative sustainable menu items from the ground up.

Sizzling plates of fajitas travel from kitchen to dining room many times a day at each of the more than 1,500 Chili’s restaurants.

Want to beat the big guys in this game? You’d better find the right corner—or in-line or end-cap. “Of all the decisions a new restaurant owner will make, the biggest is real estate,” says Steve Greene, COO of Camille’s Sidewalk Café in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

CHICAGO (August 10, 2010 - PRNewswire)—As part of the Web site's ongoing commitment to provideinformation to both consumers and the foodservice industry...

Three-fifths of consumers now believe restaurants can offer food that is both healthful and tasty, reports Chicago research company Technomic.

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