For restaurant owners and the community alike, 2020 has been a challenging year. Not only are we managing through a pandemic, our city continues to see social unrest.
Consumer habits have changed, maybe irreversibly, over the past year.
After a contentious battle in 2016, the 2020 presidential election was already set to be a tense affair.
In July, according to a just-released study from The Manifest, 65 percent of people turned
Well before a pandemic crashed our daily lives, restaurants had a significant labor challenge at hand.
Casey’s General Stores unveiled a fresh, new visual identity that signals the brand’s future as well its small-town roots.
When Pasta Sisters welcomed guests back into its Culver City, California, location on June 15, the brand looked quite different. Tables were socially distanced.
The COVID-19 pandemic took us all by surprise and its impact on the restaurant industry has been significant.
Newk’s Eatery president Mike Clock had to chuckle. What else can you do when toilet paper starts outselling your brand’s No. 1 sandwich?
Since COVID-19 invaded the U.S. earlier this year, businesses across America have struggled to connect with customers and keep their doors open.