While many people are aware that Stephen Colbert has his own Ben & Jerry’s flavor, what they aren’t aware of is that Colbert—since day one—has donated all of his proceeds (over 2 million dollars since the flavor was unveiled in 2007) to those in need.
In the video game world, fans are celebrating last week’s remastered re-release of PlayStation 2 classic Shadow of the Colossus—but when it comes to things that are very, very large, Michigan’s Mallie’s Sports Grill & Bar may have gamers beat.
Ron Shaich, the serial innovator who changed the restaurant business through the founding and constant re-invention of Panera Bread, has been named the 2018 Restaurant Leader of the Year, presented by Restaurant Business.
Mobile technology development and integration is a top priority for restaurant franchise owners and franchisors, according to a survey conducted by TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, at the 2017 Restaurant Finance and Development Conference in Las Vegas.
With a huge customer fan base and craveable recipes, Teriyaki Madness has a restaurant model with industry-leading, proven franchisee profitability and plans to open more than 100 locations across the United States in the next two years.
The nation’s leading online and mobile food-ordering company, today announced an expansion of its partnership with Foursquare, a technology company that uses location intelligence to build meaningful consumer experiences and business solutions.
Founded upon a promise to reinvent a restaurant category that had lost its way, Nékter Juice Bar continues to shine as the clear leader and pioneer of the modern juice bar experience, a $2 billion industry that shows no signs of slowing down.
While diners across the nation are looking for that special meal on Valentine’s Day, certain cities prove that they are a step above in providing dining experiences that exude romance from the moment you step inside the restaurant.
As part of its commitment to serve both people and the planet responsibly, Dunkin’ Donuts, a leading retailer of hot, brewed coffee, today announced plans to eliminate all polystyrene foam cups in its global supply chain beginning in spring 2018, with a targeted completion date of 2020. In U.S. restaurants, Dunkin’ Donuts will replace the foam cup with a new, double-walled paper cup. The majority of Dunkin’ Donuts’ international markets are currently using paper cups, and the brand will work with its franchisees to eliminate foam cups from the remaining international markets by the 2020 goal.