News and Articles About Restaurant Business
The iconic hamburger chain has rebranded itself 'Fries King.' Or so it appears.
Getting creative and surprising about what your restaurant menu offers is one way to set yourself apart from the competition.
The Melman siblings opened several bars and restaurants to revitalize their father's 42-year-old hospitality company Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises to appeal to younger clientele.
If you want to open your own restaurant, be prepared for stiff competition. Here are three ways to make your establishment stand out from the pack.
Three tips on how to source ingredients responsibly from the experts at the National Restaurant Association Show.
This new app enables restaurant and bar patrons to cash out their bill via smartphone, simplifying the process for customers and servers alike.
Restaurants that woo men with attractive waitresses, big beer selections & giant TVs are winning loyal customers--and raking in revenues.
From Philly cheese steaks to stuffed pitas, meet the companies devouring the competition.
Eight tips to steer a mobile restaurant business in the right direction.
Inca Grill Founder Ana Kishihara talks about the obstacles she has overcome as a foreigner and a single mother to run her own restaurant business.
Rents are dropping, talented chefs are up for grabs and, most important, smarter diners are looking for value, not glitz.
Whether you want to serve fast food, steak, pizza or coffee, start your journey here with this comprehensive guide to launching your own food establishment.
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In an industry so unforgiving, what's the recipe for starting a restaurant in a recession?
Any business can benefit from these strategies that appeal to consumers who want to support green operations
Want supersized sales figures? Here are the hottest food chains around the country.
If you're a foodie looking to franchise, these selections may be right for you.
You love food, but it takes more than that to start a restaurant. Here's what you need to write your own recipe for success.
Satisfy the strongest sweet tooths with this clever twist on the traditional restaurant.
A burger business might sound old school, but new hamburger restaurants are serving up patties with a twist