"Wherever I've lived and worked as a Chef and restaurateur most of the other establishments nearby were supportive of each other.
We borrowed from each other to cover food shortages, generally returning a bit more than borrowed.
Last February I posted about the glove dilemma. Please read: Gloves VS. Bare Hands
Many millions, perhaps billions, of protective gloves are thrown away, and seldom does one see any attention paid to the situation."
Brian Great invested $375,000 in a wind turbine that generates 120% of the power needed to run his Great Escape restaurant in Schiller Park, Illinois. He estimates that it will earn back his costs in a decade.
An article in the Orange County Register talks about cautious optimism and quotes the National
Restaurant Association, saying, "Overall restaurant sales are projected to reach $580 billion in 2010, a 2.5 percent increase compared to 2009 sales .…Continue
I just read your "Localizing & Greenscapes" article and thought that you brought up and interesting issue that many restaurants face about local food being more expensive and customers being broker. I just posted a comment on it about my thoughts, but I just wanted to swing by your profile and let you know that I appreciated someone bringing up an issue that rarely gets discussed. Cheers!
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I have 5 requests to connect in my inbox that have no photo or any other information about who they are. One of the reasons I am here is to connect with people, but I am hesitant to do so without some idea who the requesting party is. If I've offended you by deleting your request, I apologize. Please try again.
On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, which was recently acquired by Border Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Argonne Capital Group, today announced the appointment of Ward Whitworth as President of On The Border.
Restaurants, Inc. announced today that it is actively seeking franchisees to expand its presence throughout the Lone Star State, naming El Paso and Houston as target markets for future franchise development.
Encore Restaurants, LLC, a subsidiary of Dallas-based Encore Enterprises, Inc., has announced the purchase of eight existing Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurants across central California including Elk Grove, Fresno, Lodi, Natomas, Roseville, Stockton, Tracy, and West Sacramento.
For many Americans, hotel room service is considered a travel luxury; however, data from PFK Hospitality Research1 suggests that room service revenues fell 9.5 percent from 2007 to 2012, with some hotels shuttering unprofitable operations altogether.
Yesterday the National Restaurant Association (NRA) praised the House passage and Senate Commerce Committee markup of the Travel Promotion, Enhancement and Modernization Act of 2014. The bipartisan legislation reauthorizes Brand USA, the nation’s first global marketing campaign, to promote the United States as a destination for international travelers.
If you are looking for capital to start or grow your restaurant, create the next 501c3, develop and launch the next app for the restaurant industry,or want to help your peers in some meaningful way, we want to know about it.
Inspired by biological design and self-organizing systems, artist Heather Barnett co-creates with physarum polycephalum, a eukaryotic microorganism that lives in cool, moist areas. What can people learn from the semi-intelligent slime mold? Watch this talk to find out.
When he was young, artist Shih Chieh Huang loved taking toys apart and perusing the aisles of night markets in Taiwan for unexpected objects. Today, this TED Fellow creates madcap sculptures that seem to have a life of their own—with eyes that blink, tentacles that unfurl and parts that light up like bioluminescent sea creatures.
Surgeons are required every day to puncture human skin before procedures — with the risk of damaging what's on the other side. In a fascinating talk, find out how mechanical engineer Nikolai Begg is using physics to update an important medical device, called the trocar, and improve one of the most dangerous moments in many common surgeries.