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Articles tagged “food and beverage”

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: Chipotle Haunted by News of Store Closure Due to Illness

The illness reports, consistent with symptoms of norovirus, come from one Chipotle location that has since reopened. But any time this happens, however small, the news will grab headlines. Chipotle will likely be haunted by its past as long as it's around.

Chefs+Tech: Chipotle Haunted by News of Store Closure Due to Illness

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: TripAdvisor Says Restaurants Don’t Have Time to Market Like They Want

A focus on restaurant marketing can take a business to the next level, but according to this survey, most restaurants don't have the time — though they wish they did. One solution: building paid tools for restaurants to take best advantage of your platform in the least time possible.

Chefs+Tech: TripAdvisor Says Restaurants Don’t Have Time to Market Like They Want

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: Roy Choi Works to Build a Humane Business

Locol is more than just a fast food restaurant. It's a way to build community, look to the future, and support underprivileged neighborhoods. Its intentions are laudable, but it also needs to be a sustainable business.

Chefs+Tech: Roy Choi Works to Build a Humane Business

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: Why Eat the Cake When You Can Look at It on Instagram?

You know we've reached peak internet when we’re more excited about a photo of a cake than eating the actual cake.

Chefs+Tech: Why Eat the Cake When You Can Look at It on Instagram?

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: Alinea’s Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas Tell All in a Reddit AMA

Nick Kokonas and Grant Achatz of Chicago's Alinea Group have become known for their transparency and tech-savvy, so hosting a Reddit AMA is as on-brand as it is useful for others.

Chefs+Tech: Alinea’s Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas Tell All in a Reddit AMA

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: Tech and Dining by the Numbers, According to OpenTable

Robots aren't going to take over restaurants, ever (you heard it here first) — but tech is creeping into every aspect of dining out, and OpenTable's report proves consumers aren't afraid of it.

Chefs+Tech: Tech and Dining by the Numbers, According to OpenTable

Tourism

Destinations Concede Their Food Tourism Marketing Efforts Fall Short

Most tourism boards understand that travelers need to eat well if they want them to be happy and return. One challenge with that is determining what food trend to focus on -- and whether it will fizzle out or stick around -- before throwing marketing dollars at promoting food.

Destinations Concede Their Food Tourism Marketing Efforts Fall Short

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: The Tricky Business of Comparing Delivery Apps

You can't judge the success of a food delivery app by counting the number of users who simply open the app.

Chefs+Tech: The Tricky Business of Comparing Delivery Apps

Hotels

Craft Coffee Is Poised to Create a More Interesting Hospitality Experience

The big idea is to make it easy for larger, national hotel chains to conduct local, nuanced and interesting coffee programs that are cost-efficient. And without the hassle of having to do it all yourself, including equipment, roaster relationships and barista training. Craft coffee is having its moment.

Craft Coffee Is Poised to Create a More Interesting Hospitality Experience

Food and Drink

Chefs+Tech: How a 32-Year-Old Restaurant Became New Again

How does the essence of a restaurant persist over time? This week's New York Times review of 32-year-old Union Square Cafe's new location explains how to successfully preserve a classic.

Chefs+Tech: How a 32-Year-Old Restaurant Became New Again