As it turns out, magazines and restaurants have a fair amount in common.
Looking back at my Publisher’s Letter from one year ago, I talked about three major challenges to the restaurant industry...
Dining out is a popular activity all over the world, but in America it has become so commonplace and so central to our cultural
It comes as a surprise to no one that the pandemic took a heavy toll on the number of restaurants in operation during the past few
If you missed our FED Lunch and Learn series, you may want to go back and listen to the archived one-hour presentations at whatever time you find most convenient.
Restaurant operators are a resilient lot, and the rest of us have much to learn from their example.
As we go to print, the CDC is reporting that 66% of eligible adults have received their first COVID-19 vaccination, and it’s likely that by the time you read this our
In the last issue, I told you that we were beginning to see signs of life stirring in the restaurant industry as we careen toward a recovery based on vaccination
As COVID-19 vaccinations across the U.S. continue to ramp up, the bleak pandemic funk that has dominated life here for the past year
Has there ever been a year more deserving of the rearview mirror than the past one? Last year was filled with incredible upheaval and unprecedented change, even for those
It’s difficult to peer through the fog of uncertainty surrounding our collective response to the COVID-19 pandemic to see exactly what the post-crisis world will look
Have you ever listened to an intelligent person discussing the federal budget or our national economy and mistakenly say the word “millions” when they really mean
2020 should be a fascinating year in the restaurant industry as we embark on a new decade that promises an even greater allegiance to change than the one that we are
Well, that’s the goal, right? This is the time of year when businesses large and small try to peer into the future and form an idea about what the coming year will
Many thanks to all of you who took the time to stop by our booth at The NAFEM Show last month in Orlando, Fla., to have your picture taken and put on the cover of
The January/February 2019 issue of rd+d marks the beginning of the seventh year of existence for this still-young publication. It is impressive to see how the
Predicting the future is easy, but predicting the future accurately can be really hard. Contributing Editor Caroline Perkins makes that point very clearly in the intro of
This issue of rd+d comes just in time to remind you of a whole slew of exciting upcoming events.
Michelin, manufacturer of tires and publisher of restaurant guides, did something unexpected this year by bestowing
As a woman who has worked closely with men in male-dominated industries for more than three decades, you can believe that the #MeToo movement holds some resonance for
A note from our publisher.
In 2012, we started restaurant development + design as a complement to our established magazine Foodservice Equipment
Restaurants occupy a unique place in our society. At their core, they offer the opportunity to engage in the most human of endeavors, to share a meal with
There is nothing like watching a plan come together. Whether it’s completing a winning restaurant design, creating an innovative new menu, pulling off a
Remember the telephone game? Wait — let’s back up, do you remember landline telephones that used to sit on your
It’s a brand new year and, with the tumult of 2016 behind us, at Zoomba Group we’re looking