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Election predictor cracks the Yelp review code
An election predictor takes a crack at cracking the Yelp reviews code.
Wedding catering, by the numbers
But because attention to the caliber of food and drink that will be served to guests has become a key part of the wedding planning process, restaurants now have a better shot at making catered receptions a profitable sideline business.
Darden plans to revitalize Olive Garden
Darden is repositioning Olive Garden to be relevant to Millennials. Here's how.
Checklist: 10 natural and organic food trends on the rise
Not every new item that catches on with natural and organic food devotees will cross over onto mainstream restaurant menus. But enough of them do that it’s worth your time to check out the latest natural and organic food trends.
Customers losing their taste for big casual chains
As the results of the just-released American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) make clear, it’s smaller chains and independent restaurants that are delivering what diners expect from a full-service restaurant experience these days.
OpenTable vs. tickets: You make the call
The ticketed reservations system developed for Chicago's Alinea is being offered to other restaurant owners.
No love for Chipotle price hikes 2
Consumers show their displeasure for recent Chipotle price hikes
More customers finding restaurants via smartphones
A new report suggests mobile strategies are especially important for restaurants.
Boost your odds of crowdfunding success
Crowdfunding has proven to be a popular way for entrepreneurs, particularly restaurant operators, to tap nontraditional funding sources. Maybe it’s become too popular.
Restaurant pet peeves: Theirs and yours
Prepare to get an earful when you ask restaurant-goers what they don’t like about a dining experience.
Boozy dishes intensify flavor, sales
More restaurants are cooking with branded spirits and artisan beers to pump up food flavor and sales.
Online restaurant reviewers trying to extort meals

Hate anonymous online reviews that unfairly portray your restaurant in a bad light? They’re a problem, all right, but wait until you get a load of the scams linked to TripAdvisor reviews in Great Britain.

Snapshot: How chain restaurant numbers stack up
A leading lender’s analysis of the competitive landscape finds that chain restaurant operators are winning the market share game.
Millennials can give java sales a jolt
This huge demographic stands to drive plenty of coffee business, and your restaurant doesn’t necessarily need an espresso machine to get it.
Battle in Seattle: Operators face $15 minimum wage 1
Enough is enough, Seattle restaurant operators say in response to a proposed $15 hourly minimum wage.
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