The awards recognized the top 10 fast-casual chains in the U.S.
The Southern drive-thru only chain has a unique approach to expansion.
The fast food chain plans on launching breakfast nationwide in 2020.
More locations could be coming in big cities.
The brand is about to follow Carl's Jr.'s lead.
The NBA Hall of Famer surprises guests in the pizza chain's "Better Day" spot.
The fried chicken chain is now in the process of evaluating results and customer feedback.
A former Bloomin' Brands exec is taking over as interim CEO.
The chain will still complete orders with its own drivers.
The doughnut chain isn't stopping with the store refresh, either.
Schnatter, who once controlled 30 percent of Papa John’s, now only holds about 5.4 million shares.
The salad chain expects to open 20 new locations by the end of 2019.
The rule will not affect existing locations.
The sandwich chain signed as many stores in the past six months as the previous eight years.
The successful quarter marked the brand’s fifth consecutive quarter of positive same-store sales.
QSR will visit Dallas on August 15 for a Fast Casual Meet Up, where fast-casual owners, operators, execs, managers, and employees can network with each other and the QSR editors o
The wing chain's investments in digital and back-of-house technology continue to pay off.
This quarter represented the strongest two-year performance since Dunkin' launched cold brew in 2016.
The locations weren't performing up to the standards of its parent company, Elite Restaurant Group.
After starting 2019 with a down quarter, the taco chain saw a turnaround over Q2 and believes it’s back on the right path.
The deal, which was supposed to close during Q3 2019, has been terminated.
The taco chain is hoping to reduce antibiotics by 25 percent over the next six years.
Alex Muñoz-Suarez, the previous president of Momofuku, is ready to bring the fast casual to new markets.
During her time at McDonald's, Silvia Lagnado spearheaded initiatives that transformed the brand.
The repercussions of the wage increases will greatly impact the restaurant industry, if it makes it through the Senate.
After slowing down growth in 2013, the 47-year-old brand is ready to open new locations across the Midwest.
The last time the brand did so was in 2013.
The California-based company wants to bring an authentic, Mediterranean concept to markets across the country.
The fast-casual brand is hoping to boost its delivery model with the deal.
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.