Throughout the year rd+d collaborates with leading suppliers to provide insights, innovations and solutions to readers. Below you'll find special topics and Q&As relevant to restaurant development and design professionals. 

With focus on employee and customer safety and the need to accelerate recovery while operating at lower capacities, foodservice operators continue to show resiliency as they adapt their dining and kitchen spaces.

Kitchens To Go Facility

Operators continue to navigate the challenges of adapting their dining and kitchen spaces, from limiting capacities to expanding and sustaining takeout and delivery programs. Discover how multi-functional, ventless systems can equip the front or back of the house and improve bottom line success.

MTS Celia Collection

Brand new from the MTS Burgess Collection®, is the contemporary look of Celia. Constructed with a lightweight, high-strength, 1-1/4” square aluminum frame and featuring a fully upholstered COMFORTweb Seat®, Celia is available in both chairs and barstools and unlimited fabric and finish combinations. Celia comes with a 5-year structural warranty.

Alto-Shaam Takeout

Many restaurants are contending with seating restrictions that are half of their normal capacity. Umbrellas can be used to create a new outdoor dining area or expand on an existing one, serving as a visual space marker that also assists with social distancing requirements.

Special-Lite door at Bravo

When renovating a successful independent restaurant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the owners wanted to create an inviting and relaxing ambiance. And an exposed east-facing entrance meant the exterior doors needed to also deliver long life and easy maintenance.

Alto-Shaam Takeout

With the reality that when dine-in customers are allowed back to restaurants it will be on a limited basis, building a long-term sustainment of to-go programs will be essential. Choosing simple, easy-to-install equipment can ensure existing systems are not pressured when we finally return to normal.

Gearing Up for Durable Dining

With restaurant design, much attention is given to aesthetics and layout, but what’s just as vital to the overall appearance that can be overlooked is the durability of materials and components. This factor is especially important in high-volume and family-oriented foodservice operations.

How to Save Money, Customer Satisfaction

Co-owner of the Fork n’ Pint restaurant in Lake Orion, Mich., Doug Young thought a complete remodel of an existing restaurant would set the table for optimum American comfort food dining.