A roundup of interesting bits of news that came across the editor’s desk, including a “TaCoat” from Taco Bell, Richardson Design’s new graphic design team, and details on mergers and acquisitions.
Levy Restaurants has opened a new restaurant at Orlando’s Disney Springs called Paddlefish. The operation is based on a modern steamboat and occupies the space once filled by Fulton's Crab House.
More design details have emerged related to Kellogg's first-ever permanent restaurant, Kellogg's NYC, located on Broadway in New York City.
When Empire City Casino in Yonkers, N.Y., asked the Goldman Design Group to create a new, eye-catching fast-casual concept just off the gaming floor, the company knew it was facing a big challenge. After all, practically everything in a casino — lights, noise, tables, machines — is designed to attract people’s attention.