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Nordstrom vs. Nordstrom’s: Why do we confuse company names?

by Janet Nguyen Aug 8, 2019
Tacking on the possessive “s” is a habit for many of us.
A view of a Nordstrom men's store in New York City. Or wait — is it Nordstrom's?
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L.A. diners pay up for glow-in-the-dark noodles

by Sasa Woodruff Aug 8, 2019
Temporary restaurants offer novel experiences to attract new clientele.
Photo courtesy of Dashboard

Deal between sushi giants highlights "grocerant" trend

by Renata Sago Jul 3, 2019
It just might be that the American grocery store is the new mall food court.
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Tampa International Airport is inviting nonflyers to dine at its terminals

by Bradley George Jun 18, 2019
You no longer have to be passenger to eat beyond the security checkpoint.
Dustin Coates (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Rebranding a Southern city with food to the fore

by Irina Zhorov Apr 26, 2019
Charlotte, North Carolina, wants visitors and potential residents to see it as a culinary capital.
A group of chefs from Charlotte, NC, cooked at the James Beard House in New York as part of a rebranding campaign for the city.
Clay Williams, courtesy of the James Beard Foundation
Government shutdown 2019

Restaurants feel the pinch as shutdown drags on

by Leila Goldstein Jan 22, 2019
... but some owners reach out to help furloughed federal workers.
Restaurants, which often operate on single digit margins, are feeling a decrease in business due to the government shutdown.
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Did someone say avocado bar?

by Adriene Hill and Maria Hollenhorst Dec 25, 2018
A conversation with the co-founders of Avocaderia, the world’s first avocado bar.
New York City's Avocaderia is the "world's first avocado bar."
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Would you like some earplugs with that appetizer?

by Kai Ryssdal, Phoebe Unterman, and Sean McHenry Dec 4, 2018
Some noisy restaurants ring in at a decibel level that over a long period of time can cause hearing loss.
Popular restaurant design elements like hard, minimal surfaces, open kitchens and attached bars are responsible for restaurants' climbing decibel levels.
Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Liaison

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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Hot pot IPO heats up the competition

by Justin Ho Sep 24, 2018
Haidilao's IPO comes at a time when hot pot chains are expanding globally.
Yu Li’s Tang hotpot offers a range of premium menu items, as the hot pot world gets more competitive.
Tang Hotpot