The positive streak is over.
Will it start accepting payments? It's not that simple.
With minimum wage changes effective each January, operators might be tempted to respond by raising menu prices.
Schnatter gets a say in his replacement.
Sales continue to trend positive at the global brand.
An improved value proposition could play a big role in righting the ship.
Delivery was just launched across the system.
Bundles and a refreshed message, as well as drive thrus, are on deck for 2019.
Fazoli’s continues to build excitement with record-breaking sales and new restaurant openings, as they prepare for aggressive expansion.
This coming year carries a heightened sense of urgency for the burger brand.
The company hopes the new incentive programs will motivate current and prospective operators to open more locations.
The classic wing chain is just getting started.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt & Treats is celebrating a very strong finish to 2018 and continued success into 2019.
With comp sales on the rise for chain restaurants, finding qualified workers becomes more important than ever.
The company took a stand against the rapidly growing channel.
Good Times Restaurants Inc., operator of Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, a regional quick service restaurant chain focused on fresh, high quality, all natural products and Bad Daddy’s Burg
YUM!'s thriving chain has turned in seven straight years of growth.
Digital, drive thru, and marketing suggest one of the best runs in recent memory is coming.
The final Boston store is shuttering on February 15.
The pizza chain secured a new investment from a turnaround specialist, ending a lengthy strategic review.
World Choice Investments, the operating partner of Dolly Parton’s dinner theaters, will expand its dinner theater holdings to seven with the purchase of three theaters and a restaurant from David F
Improved drive thrus, tech, remodels, and more are on deck for 2019.
Are customers ready for the service?
Traffic and same-store sales are struggling across the board.
The Tex-Mex brand emerged from court-supervised financial restructuring.
Rego Restaurant Group is on a mission to propel once-popular brands back to prominence.
The company is looking to sell at least 60 company-owned locations.
Higher prices and less discounting continue to define the chain environment.