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How delivery apps are changing the restaurant industry

by Sam Harnett Nov 19, 2018
"We have to adapt every single thing we do," one eatery owner says.
Sara Deseran and Joe Hargrave have made changes to their restaurant to adapt to third-party apps.
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The Big Book

Why you should listen to Leonard Cohen music when you eat toffee

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Jun 20, 2017
Restaurants and food companies can change the way you think their food tastes, and it has nothing to do with the recipe.
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Restaurants are off to another tough year

by Marielle Segarra Mar 8, 2017
The restaurant industry is getting hit hard by diners who have lots of good reasons to eat at home.
The Big Book

Doing farm to table in the 1800s (before it was cool)

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 20, 2016
Paul Freedman on his new book, "Ten Restaurants That Changed America."
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A backlash may be brewing against no-tipping policies

by Sally Herships Jun 9, 2016
It turns out diners like being able to reward staff themselves.
A dish at Sushi Yasuda in New York, a restaurant with service-included prices.
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Between fast food and fine dining: fast casual

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 19, 2016
At a shopping center in Glendale, Colorado, Laquardra and Jason Staples are sitting down to lunch. The restaurant is brand new, a sleekly-designed barbecue spot called Carve Barbecue. The interior is styled with exposed wood beams, chrome metal chairs and…

Who needs a waiter when you have a smart phone?

by Mark Garrison Dec 4, 2013
You can now use your smart phone to order and pay at some restaurants.

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Chef Charlie Trotter on why he's closing his restaurant

by Jeremy Hobson May 8, 2012
The world-renowned Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago will be closing this summer after 25 years of service. The chef explains his decision.

My frugal Valentine

by Meg Favreau Feb 10, 2012
Meg Favreau of WiseBread.com says that you don't need to break the bank this Valentine's Day. She shares some tips on what do come February 14th.
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Chocolate truffles three ways

by Meg Favreau Feb 10, 2012
Not only are homemade truffles much cheaper than buying them, your culinary skills will impress your sweetheart.