Fast-food delivery was once unthinkable—or at least unpalatable financially, since delivery fees might end up costing more than a value meal. But by the end of 2018 there could be a major uptick in burger-to-door service.
Ordering meals is much more common among younger consumers, a survey finds, but even they don't do it too often.
TV spots and print coupons are commonplace in the restaurant industry, and consumers are accustomed to—and even prefer—those types of promotions.
Bareburger and La Colombe aren’t household names like McDonald’s and Starbucks, but these niche brands are strong social performers, a new study finds.
More consumers are turning to technology to help them figure out where and what to eat.
Restaurants struggled in 2017 as high menu prices kept many diners away. Here’s what they learned, in three charts.
The restaurant industry may be at the point of finally turning the corner after a long slump, but don’t look for traditional restaurant solutions to drive the turnaround.
The restaurant industry continued to see traffic declines in November, according to new data from TDn2k, while same-store sales were essentially flat, signaling that the industry hasn't really stemmed a long decline.
A survey of US internet users found that roughly half have downloaded a restaurant’s mobile app. But they’re not necessarily using it to pay for food or track an order. Many just want a menu and a discount.
Starbucks faces challenges from high-end artisanal brands to low-end mass market competitors, but its position in the market actually is relatively secure, according to a new study.