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  • A selection of wines can accompany Nanoosh's Greek-inspired dishes.

    David Kostman, founder of Nanoosh Mediterranean Hummus Bars & Counters, says his goal is to have people walk out of his four New York City restaurants saying they expe

    Beer and wine choices at quick serves are high in demand from consumers, and the

    Beer and wine on traditional, family-oriented quick-serve menus?

    In order to assure the brand gets back on the right path, a chief executive must

    There is plenty of advice a brand should heed when moving through the bankruptcy process.

    Though solar power can help quick serves save energy, rolling them out to stores

    Though the green movement is well underway in the quick-service industry, some operators are finding that one green tool, solar power, is no easy matter.

    Quick serves using social media tools like Facebook or Twitter must be careful w

    As Berry Chill founder and CEO Michael Farah implemented his plans to open the first of his three Chicago-area locations, he took a bizarre step for a business yet to open

    Two smaller sized menu options for the price of one is a marketing tactic used b

    Marketing professors over the years have lectured students that they should never give a customer too many choices. Quick-serve operators must have missed that class.

    The Marriott Bistro is a move by the hotel company to give travelers more option

    Several years ago, Marriott executives determined they were letting revenue walk out the front doors of their Courtyard hotels, which are tailored to frequent business tra

    Quick serves face growing competition from grocery stores and supermarkets that

    Matt Loney isn’t taking anything for granted or ignoring any competitor.

    Consumers are visiting quick serves less frequently these days, and restaurants are desperate to secure some customer loyalty to help offset traffic declines.

    During the height of the recession a year and a half ago, I was really concerned about the future of fast casual.

    Ludo Lefebvre's LudoTruck sells gastronomic food on the streets of Los Angeles.

    The acclaim for chef Ludo Lefebvre is vast: Classically trained in his homeland of France, Lefebvre studied under some of that country’s best chefs before moving to

    By enforcing a thorough cleaning plan, quick-serve operators can avoid food safe

    Food safety is always a prime consideration when it comes to protecting foodservice patrons and staff.

    Saladworks manages its long lines and maintains speed by keeping the maximum num

    In the quick-service world, there is a clear expectation for customers who join the drive-thru or in-store queue: to get quality food fast.

    Quick serve operations can add new beverage options to their menus with craft br

    There’s Abita Purple Haze and Magic Hat #9, Anchor Steam and Bell’s Hell Hath No Fury, Sam Adams Winterfest and Troegs Dreamweaver.