Rebuild & Recover
Recover & Rebuild
The threat of COVID-19 grew as the infection spread—a problem that soon became very real for thousands of restaurant operators and millions of employees. As the nation begins lifting restrictions, how will restaurants safely and effectively open their doors again?
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Creating safe guest experiences is key to your recovery. Adding contactless payments is one way to increase table turns and provide peace of mind to your guests.
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How to Lock in Revenue from High-Value Customers with a Subscription Program
Subscription programs provide a buffer against today’s volatile market and attract a particularly valuable subset of tech-savvy, loyal customers. Learn how they work and their advantages for the operator and customer.
Eatertainment: 5 Ways to Entertain Your Dine-In Guests
The Restaurant Industry has endured a roller coaster over the past few years, displaying resilience through quick pivots that included a focus on takeout and delivery. Now as the nation appears to have collectively turned a corner, consumers are once again eager to dine outside of the home; in fact,...
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Minn. restaurateurs are charged with scamming $250M in pandemic aid
A group of restaurateurs and caterers in Minnesota have been charged with masterminding a scheme that snatched $250 million from a federal program for feeding children during the pandemic. Federal law-enforcement officials say the scam is the largest pandemic-relief fraud they’ve seen to date. ...
NYC airs plans for dealing with the sidewalk sheds that sprouted mid-pandemic
In another sign the pandemic is winding down, New York City has begun to rid its sidewalks of the huts, igloos and other outdoor seating facilities that restaurateurs erected outside their front doors while severe limitations on indoor dining were still in place. Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednes...
Los Angeles restaurants are spared a new mask mandate—for now
Restaurants in California’s Los Angeles County have been spared a feared return to mask requirements for dine-in guests and dining-room employees for at least a week, health officials said Thursday. Health Commissioner Barbara Ferrer explained that statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Con...