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Whiskey-based drinks target Millennials; superfoods often a turnoff
Casual dining chain bartenders are creating new whiskey-based drinks designed to attract Millennials
2014 state fair fare: Exploring the outer limits
Sometimes food at state fairs finds its way onto restaurant plates. Here are some of this year’s crossover candidates.
7 tips for better tweets
Tips to improve Twitter's ability to engage customers.
Show-and-tell helps sell cocktails; Bayless takes to the stage
Show-and-tell helps sell cocktails, Bayless takes to the stage
Marketing: Baby Boomers still hold spending sway
Sure, it’s smart to maximize your restaurant’s appeal to Millennials. But don’t do so at the expense of Baby Boomers.
The Melt’s Smart Box delivery system: Game changer?
The fast casual chain’s out-of-the-box thinking should boost its off-site catering business. It could wind up doing the same for other operators.
Trend alert: Yelp data vault now open

Many operators have a love/hate relationship with online review site Yelp, skewing toward the latter each time an anonymous reviewer trashes their restaurant online. But even Yelp’s biggest enemies may find themselves making frequent use of Yelp Trends, a searchable database of 57 million Yelp reviews that tracks trends over time and further breaks them down by individual markets.

Study: Cool restaurants drive urban growth
A multitude of factors make cities dynamic and certain neighborhoods hip. But city dwellers surveyed agree on the two elements that matter most: restaurants and food.
Frozen: 3-D ice cream nears reality
3-D ice cream edges closer to reality; Sysco settles its drop ship lawsuit; more recent news
Sriracha ranks as go-to condiment for Millennials
Market trackers at international business intelligence firm IBISWorld think sriracha is poised to go mainstream, thanks to the rising popularity of ethnic cuisine, particularly among Millennial consumers.
Restaurant-goers may have a Ford in their future
Ford's Garage, a gourmet burger/craft beer restaurant, has a licensing agreement with the giant auto maker.
Pay-at-the-table tech: Game-changer or gadget?
How pay-at-the-table technology is impacting restaurants
Phil Romano’s latest concept celebrates the spud
Phil Romano rolls out a new baked potato concept, Potato Flats, while beer sampling takes off.
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