Shake Shack was quickly writing one of the sector’s most compelling growth stories pre-COVID-19.
In January, just a couple of months before the coronavirus mayhem began, Qdoba relaunched its entire digital suite.
In what might end up the first major fast-food domino to fall, McDonald’s Wednesday announced plans to pause U.S. dine-in reopening for three weeks.
COVID-19 necessitated change throughout Papa John’s organization. But it was a much-needed shock.
Rave Restaurant Group’s fast casual, Pie Five, closed 10 domestic restaurants in Q3, the company announced Monday.
After permanently closing eight Los Angeles County locations, PizzaRev is down to just 13 total domestic units, according to its website.
By mid-July, 85 percent of all restaurants should—barring a setback—be located in markets where some level of on-premise dining is permitted.
It would be “an absolute home run,” Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol said. As markets reopen, can restaurants retain digital business souped-up by COVID-19?