People

People

José Andrés Steps Up (Again) for Hurricane Relief

1 year ago

One of the finest examples of leadership through tragedy comes from immigrant chef José Andrés. He is a role model.

People

Danny Meyer on Instagram, Postmates and Why Everyone Just Wants a Nice Meal

1 year ago

Restaurateur Danny Meyer's take on the past, present, and future of the restaurant industry begins with genuine, traditional, face-to-face hospitality.

People

Danny Meyer and René Redzepi to Speak Onstage Tuesday at Skift Global Forum

1 year ago

This year's Skift Global Forum features two top restaurant industry speakers who will share their own insight into the future of dining out. We are pumped.

Independents

Does Corporate Investment Kill Indie Food Brands?

1 year ago

We're pulling for Blue Bottle to maintain its indie cred even though it now has serious corporate backing.

People

How Alice Waters Discovered Herself Before Reinventing Dining Out in America

1 year ago

Waters reshaped how Americans dine out and eat at home as well. And she did so without a restaurant empire, television deal, or even — gasp — social media.

People

The Unlikely Story of the World’s Best Female Chef

1 year ago

My feelings about the "Best Female Chef" title aside, Chef Ana Roš has created a beautiful destination restaurant worth its praise.

Chains

How Food Psychology Affects Restaurants Large and Small

1 year ago

Restaurant menus aren't random, they're carefully crafted and chosen with more in mind than taste alone — especially when it comes to chains.

People

Once Novel Offal Is at Home on Menus Everywhere

1 year ago

Offal, or organ meat, is trendy. It's also delicious and a responsible way for a restaurant to use the whole animal — both of which we're happy to get behind.

Chains

What Danny Meyer’s Martina Means for Restaurants Everywhere

1 year ago

Any restaurant opening from Union Square Hospitality Group is one to watch. Operations at Martina, which its chef calls "fine-casual," are a look at current industry trends set to go big.

People

April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman Aim for a Late-Night Crowd at New L.A. Restaurant

1 year ago

New York's Spotted Pig and San Francisco's Tosca Cafe do well at attracting a late-night, industry crowd. Will be interesting to watch how this translates to a town known for its exclusivity and in-crowd.

Tech

How Uber Eats Works with Restaurants

1 year ago

Hungry people will be loyal to the delivery app that gets them their food fastest, period. UberEats touts algorithms, analytics, and a little bit of the human touch in its work with restaurants.

Chains

Restaurant Jobs Are Increasing, Why Is That Bad?

1 year ago