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3 COVID-19 Restaurant Trends That are Here to Stay

With the pandemic forcing restaurants into a new way of operating, many had to implement changes that they might not have foreseen. But, as Datassential notes, “at their core, most problems consumers identified [during COVID-19] weren’t stemming from new needs.” As a result, many of these new choices or ways of working could benefit customers...

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4 Lessons From The Pizza Delivery Model Your Restaurant Kneads to Know

Even though earnings for many restaurants are falling by double-digit percentages right now, pizza delivery earnings are expected to be flat or even up. Why? Because they’re uniquely positioned to meet off-premise demand. But you don’t have to be in the pizza business to stay competitive during the pandemic. Instead, implement these four best practices...

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DINE IN OR DELIVERY? Tips for Balancing Marketing Messages

Even as many restaurants are now fully reopen, revenues on the whole are down compared to pre-pandemic numbers. Consumers are still cautious about returning to dining in as previously accustomed to, necessitating that curbside, drive-thru and delivery become mainstays in your restaurant’s sales quiver—at least for the time being. So how do you prioritize your...


WOULD YOU LIKE GROCERIES WITH THAT? How Restaurants Are Offering In-Demand Essentials

The original idea of a “grocerant” was simple: get grocery store customers to spend more time shopping by offering prepared foods and a sit-down dining experience. But in the wake of COVID-19, restaurants have put a new spin on the “grocerant” concept by offering essential goods of their own. Adding in-demand items to their menu—like...

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