P.F. Chang's China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s Celebrates Chinese New Year by Giving Back

P.F. Chang’s will celebrate the Chinese New Year with guests throughout February to spread good fortune and raise money for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.Making wishes and giving to children are two Chinese New Year traditions, and P.

P.F. Chang’s and American Cancer Society Team Up to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

This October, for the second year running, P.F. Chang’s aims to donate $100,000 to support breast cancer awareness and benefit the American Cancer Society. The upscale Asian-inspired restaurant will also adorn more than 300 of its iconic Warrior Horses, symbols of strength and protection, with bright, pink ribbon-shaped floral wreaths in recognition of those who have been impacted by the disease.

P.F. Chang’s Launches Ricegiving Program

In honor of National Rice Month in September, P.F. Chang’s is partnering with America’s rice farmers to launch Ricegiving, an inaugural campaign designed to serve those in need and help fight hunger.

P.F. Chang's Launches New Loyalty Program

P.F. Chang’s, an upscale Asian-inspired restaurant with locations nationwide, announced the launch of its new rewards program, P.F. Chang’s Preferred. As part of the fully digital customer loyalty program that rewards diners for satisfying their culinary curiosity, P.

Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Bonefish Grill, and Burtons Grill lead restaurant chains in accommodating food-allergic diners, according to Allergy Eats’ 2014 list of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains in the U.

Healthy Menus Make for Healthier Business

Serving lower-calorie food and beverages is not only good for guests, it also makes for a healthier bottom line for restaurants, according to a new report entitled “Lower-Calorie Foods: It’s Just Good Business” from Hudson Institute, a New York based, nonpartisan policy research organization.

For Alice Elliot Developing And Mentoring Talent Is Way of Life

What’s InsideThe Voice of ReasonBecoming debt-freeMentor and coachRestaurant leadership has undergone some big changes over the past quarter century.As the foodservice business grows more complicated and global, executives find themselves broadening their areas of expertise and digging deeper into an ever-expanding toolbox of skills to meet a mushrooming mass of daily challenges.