Bright, bold fluorescent colors can have a big impact on consumers.
The pandemic has permanently altered the consumer-restaurant relationship with operators investing in technology and real estate to align with changing consumer
Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and nearly 1 in 6 restaurants are closed either permanently or long-term. That equals nearly 100,000 restaurants.
After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of thousands of restaurants and other foodservice operations nationwide, many businesses had to quickly shift gears and
Market research firm Datassential has been fielding surveys weekly since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Retail and restaurant real estate markets may share economic indicators but this does not always lead to a direct correlation of their successes, according to results
The novel Coronavirus has led to nearly 60% of consumers being concerned about dining out, with one in five “definitely” avoiding doing so, according to Datassential’s
Despite a slight slowdown the past couple of years and some weeding out of concepts that missed the mark or overreached, the grass on the fast-casual side of the industry
In this award-winning blog, Steve Starr, president of starrdesign, explains three concepts that differentiate restaurants from the competition.
Great restaurant design has always been part art, part science.
The purpose of a restaurant is simple: To feed people. But, beyond that, it has to make a good return on investment (ROI) to keep shareholders happy and to help the
May was a disappointing month for chain restaurants, according to data from TDn2K’s Restaurant Industry Snapshot, which
The total U.S. restaurant count stood at 624,301 units in spring 2016, a one percent decrease from spring 2015, based on a restaurant census conducted by The NPD
Three restaurants put their dry-aging rooms on display.
Total restaurant industry traffic for April through June was flat vs. the same period last year, according to a new report from The NPD Group. This marks the second
Sweetgreen opened its first location in the Chicago's River North neighborhood on August 23. The 2,300-square-foot space features
Global foodservice markets, with the exception of Russia, saw flat or increased first quarter traffic and increased consumer spending.