Category: Restaurants


Food and drink trends for 2020

February 11, 2020

Via: The World of Hospitality

Food chiefs from UK’s leading pubs & restaurants give their take on the trends to watch. Which key food and drink trends will be shaping menus in the year to come? That’s exactly what leading trade show Casual Dining asked […]


48% of restaurants struggling with rising labor costs, study finds

January 7, 2020

Via: Restaurant Dive

Labor continues to be a challenge for restaurant operators. With a historically low employment rate, restaurants are having trouble attracting and retaining quality labor. Low employment means job applicants tend to have the upper hand when it comes to settling […]


5 restaurant trends that will define 2020

January 6, 2020

Via: Restaurant Dive

2019 was a year of growing pains — and opportunity — for the restaurant industry. The rise of AI-outfitted drive-thrus, robot-enabled kitchens, autonomous delivery vehicles and growing frustration with third-party delivery aggregators further fueled restaurant hunger for tech. An unprecedented […]


7 of the most dramatic restaurant redesigns of 2019

December 16, 2019

Via: Restaurant Dive

From refreshed interiors to separating ordering and dining areas, restaurant chains across categories have recently debuted new remodels to provide a better guest experience. While much of the impetus for redesigns at chains like Jamba and Firehouse Subs were to […]


The 10 Coolest Places to Eat in 2020

December 9, 2019

Via: Hospitality Net - All News

Even though what constitutes an amazing meal is subjective, the restaurant world is satiated with lists. And lots of us who travel for food pay close attention to those lists. But the professional eaters are likely already onto the next […]

Hotels, News, Restaurants

Beware increased litigation over F&B service charges

December 4, 2019

Via: Hotel Management

Litigation over food-and-beverage service charges is increasing. A California appellate court recently held that mandatory service charges added by banquet facilities to their contracts may need to be paid to banquet service employees essentially as a gratuity. Lawsuits also have […]

Finance and Development, Financial, Restaurants

Does the current U.S. hotel cycle have room to grow?

December 3, 2019

Via: Hotel Management - All Stories

It’s the question of the hour: Is a recession around the corner? And if so, how do hotel investors start preparing today? “The hospitality sector is very sensitive to economic movement,” John Chang, SVP, research services at Marcus & Millichap, […]