Once COVID-19’s assault on dine-in business settled into long-term reality, restaurants turned to meal kits and family bundles. The rush reflected changing behavior.
As we move into a controlled re-opening, restaurant operators are rethinking their business strategy
As restaurants and bars reopen in the coming days and weeks, there will be no shortage of creativity.
Following last week’s successful launch of its new webinar series, “QSR Considers,” QSR magazine announced the upcoming second installment in the series.
Some brands are acting quicker than others in terms of reopening dining rooms.
Among the most tangible disruptions to regular life caused by the coronavirus pandemic is the current prohibition on dining in restaurants.
As the coronavirus pandemic picked up speed in its spread across the U.S., leading players in the fast food industry announced—with varying levels of detail—aggressive
Customers may be ordering delivery from Chuck E. Cheese and not even realize it.
As we’ve learned from COVID-19, restaurants are among the most vulnerable of businesses when a global pandemic brings the economy to a screeching halt.