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7 indulgences aimed at busting New Year's resolutions

As consumers try to meet their healthier eating pledges, some operators are bucking the trend and offering indulgent fare.

Shake Shack unveils a new LTO burger

The burger chain, known for a streamlined menu with few frills, has followed up its recent foray into chicken sandwiches with The Roadside Burger.

The top and fastest-growing chains don’t always align with average total menu items in their sectors.

Great ideas we've seen from the restaurant industry.

After recent LTO successes, the chain is adding a lobster roll-hamburger hybrid to its menu.

Danny Meyer's modern-day roadside burger stand that uses the finest ingredients

Everyone who eats or cooks is free to hang up a virtual shingle and call themselves a culinary “expert.” Blogs, Yelp!, Twitter, Foodspotting—they’ve democratized (some would say degraded) the arts of restaurant reviewing and recipe writing.

Hoping for the next Egg McMuffin or Filet-O-Fish, a group of operators in Florida are teaming up to launch a new type of product.

The upscale restaurant market has its celebrity chefs, but the limited-service sector is giving rise to a group of marquee-name investors whose very interest tends to anoint their holdings as likely successes.

Nothing grabs attention like the fear of being poisoned at restaurants that are worshipped for their quality. Unless you’re talking about a vegan restaurant with ties to a cannibal.

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