It’s no secret that consumers nowadays are living in an age where technology has made them accustomed to getting exactly what they want, when they want it. This is especially true when it comes to ordering food delivery from a restaurant, which is something customers are doing more often during the coronavirus pandemic. In fact,
As we enter the fall season, consistently chillier temperatures are becoming the norm for many states in the U.S. This means that restaurant owners will have to get extra creative when it comes to keeping their outdoor dining areas open and thriving all year round. In fact, the city of Chicago launched a challenge asking
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People sometimes can’t quite put their finger on what makes a particular restaurant their go-to spot for spending a night out with friends and family. Sure, excellent food, drinks, and service play a part, but it’s often more about the feeling that washes over a guest as they walk through your door (and resonates long
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Restaurant owners across the country are being forced to grapple with fast-evolving restrictions on restaurants and bars as states struggle to balance reopening the economy with public health. To learn more about how restaurants are adapting their operations as a result of the challenges posed by COVID-19, we recently conducted a survey of our partner
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the country, there is a chance one of your employees could be diagnosed. As a business owner, it’s important to understand the correct protocols to take in order to ensure the health and safety of your staff and customers. We suggest following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
As shelter-in-place orders lift, restaurants throughout parts of the country are reopening their doors for dine-in service. But as you know, dine-in service in the coronavirus era is far from “business as usual” as there are various expectations that need to be set, guidelines that need to be communicated, and parameters that need to be
Restaurants may be closed to dine-in customers, but many remain open for takeout or delivery orders. In this time of uncertainty, many people are wondering, “Just how safe is takeout?” Fortunately, there is no evidence of the coronavirus being transmitted by food or food packaging. This means that it is highly unlikely someone can catch