Former University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill will give the keynote address September 22 at the 2016 Minnesota Hospitality Conference and Expo at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
According to a survey of companies hiring via Snagajob, the tough labor trends aren’t getting any better, but operators do have some options to make things easier.
Could there soon be an Uber for everything? I had the chance to sit down with the man whose actual title is Head of UberEverything after he spoke as part of the National Restaurant Association’s Signature ’16 keynote presentation Sunday, May 22, during the annual NRA Show in Chicago.
Stewart Woodman, the former chef and owner of critically acclaimed Heidi's, returns from Rochester to take the helm at Bloomington restaurant Lela.
Foodservice News staffers join The List networking group to lend a hand packing food for a local food bank.
A partnership with the Mushroom Council, the James Beard Foundation's Blended Burger Project invites chefs to create their own burger blend using 25 percent mushrooms, then spread the word about their new featured menu item on social media and encourage customers to vote online May 30 through July 31.
Through reporting, networking and our own events, I get to see a lot of companies pitch the virtues of their concepts to industry experts, developers and financiers. Wednesday morning, I got another taste of that chum as part of a local event modeled (and named) after ABC’s popular Shark Tank show.
Proceeds from the Minnesota chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier fundraiser will go toward scholarships for culinary students and the youth gardening project at Urban Roots.
Chefs and other would-be restaurant owners need to understand their audience and create a concept around what the people want before committing to a location.
The St. Paul hotelier and restaurateur died Monday, April 25, after a battle with leukemia.
With his essay, "Two Minutes About Sardines," St. Paul high school senior Fue Xiong earns a $20,000 scholarship from Chipotle.
Panera Bread and other fast-casual restaurants are trying to appeal to not just millennials, but also to their older counterparts who may sometimes be footing the bill.