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?
Organizations that can help
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.
Innovation for Operators
Webinars to inspire
Pivoting (and survival) pointers
Join us for a discussion with P.F. Chang’s and FedEx Office to learn more about how to innovate and adapt to shifts in business.
Craveable, Versatile and Profitable: Which Beef Cuts Are Best for Your Menu?
Consumers crave beef, that we know. For some it’s enjoyed daily while for others it’s the celebratory protein. Either way, beef is often a spot on the menu where profit and loss statements can be made or broken. How, in a post-pandemic world, do you manage your menu to give guests what they want and...
Staying On Target with Off-Premise Food Safety
Learn about the new hotspots and regulatory complexities your Off-Premise operation has added to the long list of considerations for your foodservice establishment and get actionable insights to bring on into your food safety processes.
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Latest from RB
SBA moves closer to sending out $29B in restaurant grants
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) moved closer over the weekend to distributing $28.6 billion in direct aid to restaurants with the release of detailed applicability information and a sample application form. The agency did not set a date for starting the application process for the Re...
A lot more restaurants are paying their rent
In another gauge of the restaurant industry’s recovery, the number of establishments that were unable to pay their April rent dropped 28 percentage points from the March level, though 1 of every 3 places still couldn’t muster the money, according to new data. In a survey of nearly 9,000 small bu...
Golden Corral's largest franchisee finds buffets getting a second life
After buffets were ordered to close in Georgia and Florida at the start of the pandemic, Golden Corral franchisee Eric Holm assured his wife that his other business holdings could sustain the comfortable lifestyle they’d enjoyed for the last 20 years. But “I told her, ‘Honey, let’s see how this movi...