The brand had its best year yet in 2020, despite the pandemic. Its leaders say the company’s culture is to thank.
The upscale fast casual only did 12 percent of its sales via off-premises prior to the pandemic. But the last year has forced it to reconsider its approach for the long-term.
Brands who listen will see the impact on their bottom line.
There’s plenty of anecdotal evidence of pent-up demand.
The chain is moving forward with new designs, menu items, and drive-thrus.
Sweet Paris Crȇperie & Café wants to take its European bistro experience to more American markets.
Food halls were all the rage before the pandemic, but also one of the worst business models for social distancing. Their solution? The virtual space, of course.