Are designers thinking about pandemic concerns and trends when designing restaurants today?
Datassential reports 10.2% of U.S. food establishments permanently closed since the pandemic began, citing new data from the Chicago-based food industry research and
What does the easing of some alcohol regulations mean for bar design? Not much yet, at least according to a February survey of restaurant development + design
Nearly half (48.45%) of rd+d readers believe dine-in experiences need to feel like an event post-pandemic — and that means designs will not be stripped down or minimalist
Nearly half of all rd+d readers (42.78%) said that improving and expanding off-premises dining across most segments will continue to trend post-pandemic.
The biggest challenge facing rd+d readers at the moment? Navigating state and local regulations, according to 36.13% of readers responding to a December survey.
Slightly more than 40% of rd+d’s readers believe takeout and delivery-only operations will drive development in 2021, according to a December 2020
Outdoor dining was found to be the area where rd+d readers saw the most investment in 2020, according to a December 2020 survey of qualified subscribers.
In this first-ever reader survey, rd+d asked subscribers to name the biggest trends and challenges in restaurant development and design in 2019. The survey
A new report from Chicago-based market research firm Y-Pulse explores the emergence of a new segment in the
Customer satisfaction with full-service restaurants is down 3.7 percent to a score of 78 (on a 100-point scale) in a new report from the ...
A new year will bring little to no traffic growth for the total U.S. foodservice market, according to market research firm ...