What kind of long-term effects will the off-premises boom have on the drive thru?
Despite the advantages, less than 20 percent of the brands in this year's study had one.
Which restaurant chains lead the way?
Today's options increasingly boast digital, dynamic screens that can do far more than list menu items.
It's a trend that restaurants can't afford to ignore.
More orders, complex menus are keeping cars in line longer.
The drive-thru lane has reigned in quick service for 70 years. But with off-premises booming and new technologies thriving, will drive thru ever be the same?
Bon Appétit announced on September 24 the launch of Bon Appétit, Delivered, a virtual restaurant featuring dishes curated by the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen.
The chain announced two major enhancements.
Why are quick-service brands so excited about the possibilities?
MOD Super Fast Pizza announced nationwide delivery in partnership with DoorDash.
The chain will still complete orders with its own drivers.
Football is back, and both NFL and college fans are gearing up for one of the season’s most anticipated rituals: tailgating.
Taco Bueno is celebrating 52 years in business this August and wants you to join in the birthday festivities.
The salad chain expects to open 20 new locations by the end of 2019.
The booming trend does have its setbacks.
Pop’s Italian Beef and Sausage has partnered with on-demand delivery service, DoorDash, to bring its hometown favorites straight to customers.
Whether it’s catering or third-party delivery, optimizing off-premises business continues to be a challenge for many operators
The successful quarter marked the brand’s fifth consecutive quarter of positive same-store sales.
A deal with Grubhub signals a change of direction.
For the model to work, it’s important to address several key factors first.
White Castle, the home of The Original Slider, today announced a new partnership with Uber Eats, offering online ordering and delivery to Cravers near more than 330 White Castle locations.
The model could expand to other West Coast cities.
Great Harvest Bread Co. has officially launched its mobile app and introduced online ordering in select locations. Additionally, a few locations will be testing home bread delivery services.
The fast-food chain will launch the service at 200 restaurants to start.
Fans of Roy Rogers Restaurants now can enjoy their favorite foods from the western-themed restaurant chain’s menu without ever leaving their workplace, home, or any other address, thanks to an anno
The boom in off-premises business has some restaurants considering the virtual kitchen model.
After slowing down growth in 2013, the 47-year-old brand is ready to open new locations across the Midwest.
Winning brands get it: data can be used to understand customer behavior and intent.
Torchy’s Tacos, the popular Austin-based taco chain, today announced its exclusive partnership with DoorDash, the largest and fastest-growing on-demand destination for door-to-door delive