These standout products from this year's National Restaurant Association Show caught our eye.
The offbeat sandwich chain just hit the 25-store milestone.
From California to Wisconsin, fans voted these regional chains as their favorites in USA Today.
The taco chain's 21-quarter streak ended during the first quarter.
The move comes as a part of the chicken chain's transformation agenda.
Shake Shack increases menu prices to combat growing food costs.
Former franchisees have transformed the brand.
All locations will once again accept cash by the end of 2019.
"I'd have a tough time sleeping at night," the pizza chain's CEO says.
The chain is teaming with AARP for a first-of-its-kind collaboration in quick service.
The brand is taking the ghost kitchen route.
The fast casual experienced a data breach this time last year, too.
The Belgian confectioner plans on opening 2,000 cafes.
The classic pretzel chain is working with a ghost kitchen to perfect delivery.
Restaurants feel stronger and healthier than where they were two years ago.
The burger-chain is incentivizing workers by rewarding customer reviews.
Executives said the brand expanded too quickly.
Sales remain consistent across the growing brand's portfolio.
Major League Baseball’s Opening Day is just around the corner and these are the craziest menu items that will be available at the ballpark.
There's still work to be done with the ever-popular Zoodles.
Customers can grab a coffee every day if they sign up.
Each year, McDonald’s receives around 20 million applications and makes around 2 million hires.
The positive streak is over.
This Florida-based franchisee has spent the last 40 years inspiring and empowering her employees.
Lenten season is upon us, and, as always, quick-service operators around the industry are gearing up with menu offerings to satisfy the demand.
Sales continue to trend positive at the global brand.
Delivery was just launched across the system.
The pizza leader plans for the future by tightening delivery zones and investing in employees.
The new company’s footprint is comprised of 58 restaurants spread across 10 markets.
The company hopes the new incentive programs will motivate current and prospective operators to open more locations.