It’s no secret that the COVID-19 crisis left the restaurant industry shell-shocked. With dining rooms closed, the pandemic challenged brands to think differently and act fast.
When Pasta Sisters welcomed guests back into its Culver City, California, location on June 15, the brand looked quite different. Tables were socially distanced.
The COVID-19 pandemic took us all by surprise and its impact on the restaurant industry has been significant.
In 2018, an innovative startup named &pizza started using food trucks and heat-mapping technology to launch into Miami.
Running multiple barbecue concepts isn’t easy in the best of times.
In Part 1 of a series on the future of fast casual, Green Circle laid out its th
At the same time online business is becoming an increasingly important source of restaurants’ revenue, there is jockeying for dominance of the marketplaces and technology that serve the