Shoney’s, the iconic, all-American restaurant brand, will enhance the look and feel of its locations with the unveiling of a new restaurant design prototype in early 2017 at Shoney’s Donelson, Tennessee, location.
Try telling someone in the restaurant industry, “It’s not personal, it’s just business.” That’s like saying, “It’s not you, it’s me,” during a breakup or consoling a football player, “You tried your best,” after losing the Super Bowl.
Thanks to a recent remodeling, patrons seated indoors experience the ambience of dining outdoors at O'Toole's Irish American Grill & Bar, except there are no mosquitoes, flies, vehicle emission odors and the temperature is always a comfortable 74 degrees.
After ascending to general manager of Chef Thomas Keller’s acclaimed New York City restaurant Per Se in 2009, former maître d’ Anthony Rudolf was learning on the job. “I knew how to run the dining room and I knew how to run service, but from a financial standpoint I did not know how to run the business,” recalls Rudolf, who felt fortunate to have a support system that allowed him to learn.
At Zazu Kitchen + Farm, one of the restaurant tenants in The Barlow—a foodie-focused neighborhood respite in Sebastopol, California, which opened in 2013—owners Duskie Estes and John Stewart source most of the products on the menu from their own farm, MacBryde Farm in nearby Forestville.
Bianconi is now open on West 3rd St in Los Angeles. The restaurant, by Fabrizio and Diana Bianconi, represents new dimensions and textures to capture the essence of the energetic city and showcase their continued respect for great Italian cuisine.
Himitsu, the luxurious Japanese craft cocktail lounge located in the heart of Atlanta’s posh Buckhead neighborhood, was nominated to the final eight best-designed bars in North and South America by Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.
With more than 100 craft breweries and brewpubs, San Diego is a destination for beer lovers. And soon they’ll have a unique place to rest their heads. Untitled Hospitality and Stone Brewing, the 10th largest brewery in the U.
Bianconi is coming to West 3rd St in Los Angeles. The restaurant is inspired from Fabrizio and Diana Bianconi’s internationally acclaimed accomplishments. At their highly celebrated restaurant, Via Veneto, they have elevated Italian cuisine in Los Angeles to a profound experience.
The rise of the celebrity chef has left little room for debate. When it comes to brand recognition, the strongest identifier for restaurants remains the men or women who don the culinary whites. However, as any restaurateur can attest, the process of opening a new store from the ground up will result in a lengthy list of credits.
The cost of installing solar panels at Coasterra, which opened in San Diego last August, was through the (solar) roof, and it’s going to take eight to 10 years to see a return on the investment. Still, it was a really valuable decision, says David Cohn, president and founder of Cohn Restaurant Group, which owns the venue.
Stone Brewing, the 10th largest craft brewery in the U.S., and San Diego-based hospitality collective, Untitled Hospitality, announced their partnership to develop Stone Hotel—the companies’ first-ever brewery hotel.
Acapulco Restaurant & Cantina, a Southern California hometown favorite since 1960, is getting back to its roots while investing heavily in its future. Because of that commitment, the historical excellence of the brand, and its connection to the community, Acapulco will host a grand reopening on August 12 at its Downey location, following an extensive remodel.
Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, a leader in casual dining known for its delicious, handcrafted pizza, distinctive taproom fare, and vast craft beer selection, announced that its franchise partners are reinvesting an average of $150,000 into refreshing 37 existing franchised restaurants.
The first U.S. location of the famous Parisian restaurant, Le Coq Rico, is now open at 30-32 East 20th Street, between Park Avenue South and Broadway in New York City. The architectural and design firm of Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) joined forces with Paris-based Pascal Desprez, a prominent international architect and the founder of studio DP Agence, to develop the design for the restaurant.