After working on our Food on Demand media project, this editor's holiday gifts will not only be delivered by a third party, they'll be reoccurring. And her gift to you is an informative e-newsletter on this demanding and disruptive new trend for restaurants and the foodservice industry.
With the executive chef of The Strip Club Meat and Fish on lead vocals and Corner Table’s main man in the kitchen showing off his guitar skills, the sixth annual Charlie Awards honored the best in the Twin Cities food and drink scene.
It was the best of time in the worst of weather as six industry experts took the stage at General Mills to deliver the final Charlie Awards Hot Topics on the Business of Food & Drink.
A counter-service version of the restaurant company's Good Earth concept, Field Day debuted earlier this month with its first location at Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka.
It’s a common conversation in the restaurant industry: Does the consumer want great service or great convenience? According to a new survey from POS provider Toast, they want both.
Jordan Swiler replaces longtime chef Adam King, who recently announced plans to open his own restaurant in the Twin Cities west metro.
It’s a new era in food, with companies like Domino’s designing their own cars and drone technology that’s ready and waiting once regulatory hurdles are cleared. This will impact everything from independent restaurants to the largest players in industry, and we’ve started a brand-new media project called Food On Demand to cover it all.
A fountain out front and a font of capital inside, the Restaurant Finance and Development Conference is almost here, presented by our sister publication, the Restaurant Finance Monitor. It runs from November 14-16 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.
The restaurant, developed by Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leopold with Chicago-based Levy Restaurants, is named for Herb Brooks, a St. Paul native best known for coaching the 1980 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey team to gold over the Soviet Union.
Chatbots are now taking orders for restaurant brands large and small.
Minnesota Cooks Day at the Minnesota State Fair means a day of cooking demonstrations that highlight how Minnesota chefs are using the bounty of this state’s many farmers.
Under the agreement, Madison Hospitality will handle business operations for Ox Cart Ale House, Salt Cellar and Eagle Street Grille while Kevin Geisen and Joe Kasel remain “the face and operating partners of the three restaurants.”