News and Articles About Restaurants
A swarm of companies selling insect-based food items has descended upon the American market. Can they persuade consumers that eating bugs isn't a punishment?
Want a hotel reservation in a jiffy or need to fly out of town in two hours? Fire up these applications on your smartphone.
To keep prices low and be able to expand its model, this farm-to-table eatery will have to continue to reinvent the restaurant supply chain.
Good news for cat lovers: a cat sanctuary and tea house is trying to open in NYC, if it can raise $65,000 in startup funds.
While fine dining visits were up 3 percent from last year, quick-service restaurants fell flat.
A San Francisco chef is tired of catering to hard-to-satisfy customers. So, he's telling picky patrons to go buy dinner elsewhere.
Social media provides a new way to deal with disgruntled customers before they even finish eating.
Empire-building lessons from one of the world's most entrepreneurial chefs.
Adam Eskin took over a gym-rat focused food chain and has turned it into a farm-to-table restaurant with nine locations and counting.
Looking to capitalize on America's appetite for all things 'endless,' the casual dining chain is selling $100 gift cards for seven weeks' worth of unlimited pasta, salad, bread and soda.
Groupon's latest feature allows businesses to offer deals that can only be redeemed at a specific time of day.
Pop-up meal company Dinner Lab owes its blockbuster success to its savvy analysis of information from its consumers.
While many young techies are spending their money on nightlife, others are taking it a step further, by buying their own stake in restaurants and bars.
Your food business might be able to support new ventures. Here's how to figure out the best direction to go in for expansion.
NoWait efficiently manages waits for tables, reducing stress levels for customers and restaurant owners alike.
At the aptly-named Signs restaurant in Toronto, one restaurateur is piloting a new concept that aims to give hearing diners a glimpse into deaf culture.
When your employees are scattered across the country, catalyzing a sense of camaraderie among them can be a challenge. Heres how one startup does it.
Caviar, which delivers meals from high-end restaurants that don't typically offer delivery, represents new territory for the electronic payments company.
Brian Bordainick built a $16 million company in less than two years. At one point in his journey, Bordainick 'snapped' and he had to work to get his feet back on the ground.
An overseas trip provides some insights about how an entrepreneur can prevail in realizing his dreams.
Dinner Lab, which hosts pop-up dinners in overlooked, underused spaces across the country, empowers its staff with an important sense of ownership.
New Orleans-based meal-experience company Dinner Lab depends on participants giving their honest feedback on every course.
The decision creates a new crime of 'being too highly ranked' on a search engine, the blogger says.
The casual-dining giant wants you to play and pay with its shiny, new tablets. Not yours, and specifically not on Tuesdays. Check, please.
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