COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the restaurant industry. For months, most restaurants across the country could only offer take-out options.
The restaurant industry’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been, in a word, impressive.
Several months into the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’d be easy to look out on the food and beverage space and immediately think “doom and gloom.”
COVID-19 has not gone away, but Americans are tired of the quarantine lifestyle.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our daily routines profoundly in countless ways, but none may be more universal than the rapid adaptation of quick-service restaurants to drive-thru-ce
Profitability has never been more important to restaurants.
Quick-service restaurant leases are predicated upon the restaurant doing a certain amount of volume and revenue.
COVID-19 has been a topic front and center for so many restaurant operators throughout the U.S.
Few industries have been hit harder by the COVID-19 pandemic than foodservice, and as the crisis persists, it is becoming increasingly clear that consumer behavior is unlikely to