Manhattan Bagel

    CEOs turn the health spotlight on their employees.

    There is an answer to the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.

    It’s definitely the egg—at least when it comes to breakfast. Few morning menus are without them. But these days, chicken and another popular poultry protein, turkey, are increasingly popping up on a.m. menuboards at quick-service and fast-casual restaurants.

    David J. Thomas never planned on a career in franchising.

    Manhattan Bagel Serves Up LTO Breakfast Classics

    Manhattan Bagel, the popular neighborhood quick-casual restaurant featuring genuine boiled and baked New York style bagels, is ringing in the New Year with tasty breakfast classics for guests to en

    CEOs Turn Eye to Employees' Health

    As quick-serve operations are figuring out how to comply with menu-labeling requirements and consumer demand for healthier menu items, many corporate executives are tackling another health-related

    Wake Up Breakfast Proteins

    There is an answer to the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.

    It’s definitely the egg—at least when it comes to breakfast. Few morning menus are without them. But these days, chicken and another popular poultry protein, turkey, are increasingly popping up on a.m. menuboards at quick-service and fast-casual restaurants.