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Table & Main Will Start Serving Brunch

RO Hospitality founder Ryan Pernice, executive chef Woolery “Woody” Back and the entire staff of Table & Main are thrilled to announce the launch of brunch on Sunday, January 20. As a dinner-only restaurant since its opening in 2011, Table & Main looks forward to offering diners an authentic extension of Back’s southern cuisine through an array of shareable brunch plates, mains and morning-fit cocktails every Sunday from 11 a.

Dirty Habit Introduces Daily Brunch Service

Dirty Habit is rolling out a brand-new daily brunch. This new seven-day brunch will replace the separate breakfast and lunch services that were formerly offered Monday through Friday. Starting Monday, January 14, guests can now enjoy delicious brunch options from Executive Chef Kyoo Eom, blending sophisticated flavors from around the world.

Pizza Inn Adds Philly Cheesesteak Pizza to Its All Day Buffet

Pizza Inn’s new Philly Cheesesteak Pizza is now available system-wide.The new addition to the All Day Buffet is not just any ordinary slice. This pie is loaded with steak, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and mozzarella cheese layered on top of Pizza Inn’s signature Alfredo sauce.

2019 Menu Trends: Hot or Not

A coalition of chefs and operators from the American Culinary Federation weigh in on what should pepper your menus in 2019.

Houlihan's Offering Special 3-Course Meal on New Year's Eve

Houlihan's limited-time-only three-course meal menu that will be available on New Year's Eve. The New Year's Eve Fix is a play on their ongoing special, The Thee Course Fix, where guests can really get their bang for their buck with an appetizer, main dish and dessert only costing them $18.

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Famous Dave's

Evolving Famous Dave's Plots a Virtual Future

The behavior of a third-party delivery user typically plays out as follows: Sort by proximity, or sort by cuisine. Where does that leave a restaurant that doesn’t box its food into a single category? This was a question Famous Dave’s chief operating officer Geovannie Concepcion found himself asking.