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STK Makes Tennessee Debut with New Nashville Location

The One Group Hospitality, Inc. today announced the opening of STK Nashville, the brand’s first restaurant in Tennessee. Located in the Gulch neighborhood of Nashville at 700 12th Avenue South, the opening marks the continued global expansion of the STK brand and the second restaurant opening of 2019.

Pick a Perfect Bracket, Win an Entire Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant

With Selection Sunday behind us, Buffalo Wild WIngs is launching its March Madness program to put it on the front lines for all the buzzer beaters, OT thrillers and Cinderella stories. On Monday, America’s largest sports bar announced its “unbustable” Bracket Pick ‘Em Daily Tourney Game, where over 500 prizes are up for grabs—including a chance to win a fully customized Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.

Quaker Steak & Lube Chats Social Media Strategy, and the Power of World-Class Service

Since 2017, Bruce Lane has served as VP of operations and franchise services for Quaker Steak & Lube. Serving more than 30 million wings annually, with bottled sauces for retail sale, and winning the title of “Best Wings USA,” I wanted to know more about the successful marketing behind the Quaker Steak & Lube restaurant chain, which has 40-plus locations across the U.

Primanti Bros. Opens at Pittsburgh International Airport

Primanti Bros. Restaurant and Bar—the 86-year-old, Pittsbugh-based casual purveyor of sandwiches topped with French fries—has more than doubled the number of restaurants it operates since 2013. After two years of regional expansion in five states, Primanti Bros.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Launches New Ad Campaign for March Madness

As expected, Buffalo Wild Wings is continuing its annual tradition of going all-out for March Madness. The brand unveiled a fresh campaign Wednesday—its first since the start of NFL season and Buffalo Wild Wing’s second under new CMO Seth Freeman—called “That’s March Madness.

Del Frisco’s to Slow Growth in 2019 as Integration Ramps Up

Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group entered 2019 a far different company than it began 2018. From just an asset standpoint, the company’s restaurant base upped 20 percent. Even with the purchase of Barteca Restaurant Group (bartaco and Barcelona Wine Bar) on June 27 for $325 million, DFRG still is a relatively small company in the publicly traded restaurant space, with 75 restaurants across 16 states.