Tender Greens, the Los Angeles-born, chef-led kitchen with 24 locations throughout California and an upcoming East Coast debut in New York and Boston, announced the appointment of Denyelle Bruno as
With national expansion on the horizon, the fast casual chain launched a new image from the branding genius behind Shake Shack.
The fast casual 2.0 wants to be everywhere. With an investment from Danny Meyer and his Union Square Hospitality Group, we wouldn't bet against it.
The fast-casual industry is due for some disruption.
Want to have a hand in creating the future of fast casual? We’ve got an opportunity for you to do just that.
Plated dishes with an entrée and sides used to be relegated to casual and fine dining. Not anymore.
From 100 years old to five, these limited-service restaurants are celebrating milestones in 2016.
David Dressler, cofounder, chairman, and president of Tender Greens, shares how his career has benefitted from an open mind.
Tender Greens, the farm-to-fork fine-casual concept with 22 locations across California, has named Craig Meunier to the position of vice president of operations.
Tender Greens, the farm-to-fork fine-casual restaurant concept with 22 locations across California, has named Brian Berkhausen, formerly director of global store development at Starbucks, to the po
Seven of the country's most exciting chefs and foodservice professionals representing an array of culinary styles and backgrounds will be honored this June as part of the United Fresh Produce E
Fast casuals invest in hyperlocal sourcing and serving foods picked the same day.
Fast casual changed the restaurant industry conversation. But it’s the next wave of limited-service restaurants that might change how we dine out entirely.
Using a variety of lettuces for salads gives operators plenty of room for innovation.
Operators play with technology, craft procedures to make stand-out soda.
Tender Greens, the casual eatery known for its chef-driven, farmer’s market sensible dishes, opened a new restaurant concept on September 18 called Garden by Tender
Salads mix wide variety of ingredients to tempt diners.
In image-based social networks like Pinterest and Instagram, restaurants now have their ideal social networks.
Social media continues to grow and emerge at a rapid pace, and quick serves are working hard to keep up with their various networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and YouTube.
Tender Greens, a Southern California–based quick-serve chain that offers an array of organic and healthy items, recently launched a Meatless Monday campaign in hopes of capitalizing on a grow
Three fine-dining guys from Los Angeles set out to create a salad quick serve. See what they came up with here.