35% of readers of restaurant development + design magazine said “poor acoustics” was their number one restaurant design pet peeve.

Brand image is vital in foodservice operations and, although the dining room is the main attraction, the restroom still plays a significant role.

Photo-friendly or “Instagrammable” bathrooms are worth the splurge when it comes to restaurant design — at least according to 35% of restaurant development + design readers.

Open/visible kitchens topped the list of overdone restaurant design trends for 30% of survey respondents.

The space is full of natural light and organic elements with seating that surrounds a 15-foot olive tree.

After evaluating multiple locations, this restaurant/brewery designed its newest store to match the neighborhood and clientele.

Readers report the overwhelming majority of their new projects include an outdoor dining component.

Conversion of a 3,360-square-foot space into Joyce, whose menu showcases modern takes on Southern-style seafood, was quick.