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Tag Archives: Restaurants

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My adventures with Herman Cain

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His efforts to help the industry could be unorthodox, as I can personally attest.

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A look at Starbucks’ U.S. comeback strategy

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The coffee giant is banking on a new store strategy, its growing loyalty program and plant-based food to recover sales lost due to COVID-19.

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Tim Hortons struggles while Popeyes surges

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The chains, both owned by Restaurant Brands International, demonstrate divergent consumer and market shifts during the pandemic, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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How will the pandemic reshape urban fast-casual concepts?

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With fewer downtown office workers, many fast-casual chains are eyeing suburban locations or rethinking their business models entirely.

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Auntie Anne’s has a new mobile ordering platform

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The chain hopes app ordering will reduce its dependence on shopping traffic.

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How Qdoba survived the quarantine on its own

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This week’s episode of the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” features Keith Guilbault, the CEO of Qdoba, talking about the chain’s life as a stand-alone company.

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How chef Ahktar Nawab touches every corner of the industry with restaurants, food halls, a hospitality company and more

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A pandemic isn’t stopping this skilled chef and entrepreneur from moving forward with new projects.

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Local restaurants rise to the occasion

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While the ongoing pandemic has wreaked havoc on the restaurant industry, it hasn’t stopped the ingenuity of independent restaurants nationwide.

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Ruth’s Chris finds healthier margins in the pandemic’s limitations

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Restaurants that kept dining rooms open in June saw year-over-year improvement.

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Furr’s recasts its buffets as ‘Marketplaces’

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The units will feature multiple sales channels, including table service and ghost-kitchen meal prep for sister brands.

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