Jason Q. Freed

Jason Q.
Freed
Articles
Two designers tackle today’s restaurant design issues
Celano Design Studio and Kraemer Design Group discuss the challenges to designing restaurants as well as strategies to meet evolving consumer demands.
A closer look at today’s restaurant design trends
A slideshow of images illustrate today's restaurant design trends.
Gavin Kaysen will carry the torch back home
Kaysen grew from a cook to a chef under the watchful eye of Daniel Boulud. Now he’s bringing that knowledge to his native Minneapolis.
Spicy flavors still hot on restaurant menus
Millennials are leading the charge of spicy food and drink in restaurants
Fresh, local, customizable offerings resonate across demographics
America’s largest chain restaurants have significantly reduced calories; and Virgin Hotels unveils the hotel's bars and restaurants.
TripAdvisor shifts focus to the restaurant industry
The travel review site is shedding light on how to optimize your online presence
Acme Feed & Seed elevates Nashville bar scene 
Tom Morales and Matt Farley are turning honky-tonk up a notch
5 fall dishes that go beyond pumpkin
This harvest season, chefs are thinking outside of their gourds
Cajun, Creole cultures shape Louisiana bayou cuisine
Get to know Avery Island's history and culinary culture
More restaurants turn to tap wines
Keg wine provides many benefits, while lemon prices surge and Jimmy John’s reports additional data security breaches.
Full-service restaurants struggle with mobile
The move to responsive design is killing mobile website load times, according to a study conducted by The Search Agency.
Yelp forced to manage its own reputation
A series of spats involving the restaurant review site have thrust its legitimacy and objectivity back into the spotlight.
How to manage fluctuating produce prices
Restaurants can prepare for fluid price changes to reduce the impact on their bottom line.
Groups lobby to change Obamacare definition of full time
Millennials want dynamic, digital signage; and operators focus on gaining a larger share of lunch.
Keep it simple to promote healthy eating
Consumers like to order healthful meals with ingredients they are familiar with.
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