Tipsy Robot, dubbed “the world’s first land-based robotic bar,” opened at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las
Last year, the Michigan Baseball Foundation, a nonprofit organization that owns and operates a minor league baseball team in Midland, started an economic initiative to
The emphasis is on social at Pinewood Social in Nashville, Tenn. It combines a big bar program with a coffee shop, a full
Many a great restaurant concept idea is hatched over drinks. In the case of Eberly, a contemporary
An unprecedented drinking culture has arisen in the U.S., fueled by the craft movements in beer, spirits and cocktails. This is a world where increasingly
A Q&A with Jack McGarry, owner of The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog
A Q&A with CodeX B.A.R owner Liu Vaine
Located in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, The Outsider, which opened in June, is a
Nestled in the heart of Dallas’ Design District, Joseph Palladino’s Quill combines restaurant and
At many new restaurants, the best seat in the house is at the bar.
Artist, builder and designer John Sofio founded his Los Angeles-based design/build firm Built, Inc., in
Those same entrepreneurs who mined the past for food and drink concepts like speakeasies and tiki bars are looking to the 1970s and 1980s for inspiration. Contemporary
Developing a restaurant to feature multiple tap handles requires many considerations.
Restaurants and hotels devote more space than ever to bars. They can generate a vibrant ambiance, encourage a sense of community and, of course, bring in significant
Wine displays are “a visual destination that let the story of the dining experience unfold.” So says Tom Davis, restaurant design expert who heads up the Denver office of
How More Restaurants Are Tapping More Than Just Beer.
Casual Dining's Blueprint for Success Redraws the Lounge
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