Megan Rowe

Megan
Rowe

Megan Rowe
Online Editor
Restaurant Hospitality
Email: megan.rowe @penton.com
Phone: 216-931-9951
Follow Megan on Twitter: @restaurantrowe

Staff editor Megan Rowe writes features about consumer and food trends, emerging restaurant concepts, marketing, design, service, best practices and profitability. Her interviews with chefs, owners and entrepreneurs appear regularly in the magazine and on restaurant-hospitality.com.

As online editor, Megan coordinates Restaurant Hospitality’s two e-newsletters, EatBeat and EatBeat Business. She also edits Show Daily, a newspaper for the annual National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show.

Over a long career as a business and travel journalist, Megan has reported on food, hospitality, travel destinations and meetings for a variety of publications. She earned a bachelor’s degree in American Studies and a master’s in journalism.

Articles
Restaurants vulnerable to religious discrimination claims
Hours, uniforms and alcohol are often sticking points.
Study: More diners seeking deals 
NPD says casual restaurant customers are most aggressive about discounts.
Owners start to navigate Affordable Care Act  1
Compliance with the mandate is likely to result in multiple dilemmas.
Restaurant GM inspires passion for excellence 
Jenny Yun refines service to equal the cuisine at Sacramento's Enotria Restaurant and Wine Bar
How restaurants are courting Millennials
Younger diners are seeking authenticity, community and more from restaurants
Chuck E. Cheese's killing it with kids
A reimaged mascot and opportunity are helping the kid-friendly chain thrive
Today's potent wine, beer may demand new pour sizes
Higher alcohol by volume levels are turning up in popular quaffs.
Low QSR wages tied to billions in public assistance
Two studies suggest low pay is taxing the system.
New menu stars: Proteins, produce, fun 
Menu maven Nancy Kruse notes rise of healthier choices at the recent MUFSO conference.
Is it time to rethink that menu format?
Restaurant menus are all over the map, and often fail at two of their primary functions
Consumer demand for veggies growing
Apparently those USDA nutrition guidelines are sinking in.
Is Gordon Ramsay still a chef?
As the chef’s media star rises, his foundation crumbles.
Chains make little headway in healthful fare wars
Study of menus suggests change is too slow
Restaurants brace for big bite from healthcare law
How much will the Affordable Care Act cost your restaurant?
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