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Meet the “Steak Queen” who runs one of Frisco’s most profitable restaurants

At 62 years old, little Deidra “Dee” Lincoln has earned her title as the heavyweight woman of influence in the restaurant industry. She was dubbed the “Queen of Steaks” more than 20 years ago when she traveled to New York to announce the construction of a Del Frisco’s Double Eagle …

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Google sued by restaurants over alleged deceptive online ordering practices

article Signage at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, U.S., Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. Alphabet Inc. is expected to release earnings numbers on Feb. 1. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images SAN FRANCISCO – A restaurant group has filed a class action lawsuit against Google, alleging the tech giant …

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Thousands of people are leaving the restaurant industry

SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — JR Michael has spent most of his life in the restaurant business. As a teenager, he spent his summers peeling potatoes in his uncle’s deli kitchen. Later he helped open Applebee’s on Clark Road, where he worked 100 hours a week for $8 an hour. Through …

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Carte Blanche on Greenville serves everything from donuts to foie gras

Son of two cooks, Casey La Rue was born into the restaurant industry. He never went to culinary school but always enjoyed working in kitchens, mostly because it kept him busy. His skills developed as an intern, or internship, i.e. kitchen trainee. He started in several Michelin-starred restaurants in New …

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Restaurant roundup: robots are invading kitchens

Funds are pouring in for automated solutions that promise to reduce labor requirements at every stage of the restaurant supply chain. On the delivery side, Berkeley, Calif.-based sidewalk delivery robotics startup Kiwibot announced on Thursday (February 17) a contract extension with food service and facilities management company Sodexo to increase …

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Texas restaurants gear up for Super Bowl Sunday – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

North Texas businesses are gearing up for a busy Super Bowl weekend with many bars and restaurants hosting fan watch parties. Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals will be played on Sunday, February 13 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. At The Social …

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Dickey’s restaurant brands offer big discounts for big game

Heat up your big game watch party with smoked wings and more – exclusively from Wing Boss Core-smoked wings, and more! Wing Boss Exclusive Wing Boss Exclusive Dallas, Feb. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dickey’s Restaurant Brands wants to help you get ready for the big game with an amazing …

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Barbecue At Home Introduces New Date Nightclub

Dallas, 02 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by planning a romantic night in from the comfort of your own home — no reservations required! Let Barbecue At Home by Dickey’s help you decide what to have for dinner, so you and your …

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Consumer optimism improves as DFW companies recover from Omicron – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The omicron variant of COVID-19 impacted the retail and restaurant industry during the critical holiday season, a time many were counting on to make up for losses. But new data shows that as fast as the variant has swept through cities across the country, it can roll out just as …

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Solving the Shortage of Good Jobs: Local Restaurants Get Creative to Attract Workers

Giant “WE’RE HIRING” signs hang on the sides of buildings in cities across North Texas. In the midst of a staff shortage, the questions for employers have become “How do I staff my restaurant?” and “How can I retain the experienced staff I already have?” How about a fully funded …

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The omicron-induced COVID-19 surge has hit some Texas restaurants and bars harder than others – Houston Public Media

Many Texas restaurants and bars have been forced to close temporarily — for days, a week, sometimes longer — as this latest wave of COVID-19 brings staff shortages and other challenges. As the Omicron variant began to catch on late last year, bar owner Lee Daugherty grew concerned. He began …

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Omicron-induced COVID-19 surge hits some Texas restaurants, bars harder than others

As the Omicron variant began to catch on late last year, bar owner Lee Daugherty grew concerned. He began to implement serious protocols among his staff at Alexandre, his establishment in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas, including bi-weekly testing. It wasn’t long before someone tested positive for COVID-19. “We …

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This app helps prevent food waste by connecting consumers to surplus food at local restaurants in Providence and Boston.

[ad_1] “It blew up a light bulb,” she told The Globe. “This is something that could happen every night at any local food store. “ Basch said she started partnering with like-minded entrepreneurs and quickly co-founded To Good To Go, a new app (available for iOS in the Apple Store …

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What is the tip for a take out order? | KTAB

[ad_1] through: Michel bartiromo, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Oct 4, 2021 / 10:53 CDT / Update: Oct 4, 2021 / 10:53 CDT Should we be very generous with our tips during the pandemic? (Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – Tipping a take out order has always been the generous thing to do. …

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What is the tip for a take out order?

[ad_1] through: Michel bartiromo, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Oct 3, 2021 / 8:03 PM CDT / Update: Oct 3, 2021 / 8:03 PM CDT Should we be very generous with our tips during the pandemic? (Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – Tipping a take out order has always been the generous thing …

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GoTab unveils all-in-one restaurant point of sale

[ad_1] ARLINGTON, Virginia., September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – At the forefront of innovation in the hotel technology sector, catering trade platform Go to tab unveiled a new all-in-one restaurant outlet to help further knowledgeable operators to deliver a solid customer experience. Go to tab A cloud-based point of …

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Bravo’s Top Chef for next season in Houston

[ad_1] If the world weren’t already familiar with the gastronomic and gastronomic glories of Houston, it would be: Bravo’s “Top Chef” arrives in Bayou City. NBC / Universal, Bravo’s parent company, and Houston First confirmed on Tuesday that television’s biggest chef contest will take place in Houston for season 19, …

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New Feges barbecue now open at Spring Branch

[ad_1] Barbecue plate with pork ribs, smoked turkey, breast, sausage, pulled pork, smoked chicken with the new Feges BBQ Spring Branch. Photo: Julie Soefer Fégès barbecue, Houston’s popular barbecue joint that has risen to prominence from its unlikely debut at a Greenway office complex, opens its second location on June …

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Following the end of the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19), restaurants are looking to adopt the app as businesses struggle to find staff.

[ad_1] Demand for restaurants has increased since cities opened in response to the COVID-19 shutdown order, but many restaurants have had to lay off employees during the pandemic. Owners are struggling to find someone to answer their post. Currently, some restaurateurs Meet your talent needs with on-demand recruiting apps like …

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