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Restaurant cited for flying American Flag! Print
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 11:59

Foxnewsinsider.com - Georgia restaurant owners were cited for flying flags that honor those who serve our country. CJ’s Hot Dogs proudly displays the American, Georgia and military flags over their establishment. 


Veteran Told to Remove 'God Bless America' From Work Emails


This morning on Fox and Friends Weekend, co-owners Darren Miller and Dean Patterson spoke to Clayton Morris about their fight. The city of McDonough first said the flags were a violation of the right of way and had to be taken down. Now, Miller says they're backpedaling by calling it a permit issue. Continue

 
Don't miss the new Technology for your restaurant! Print
Thursday, 14 November 2013 15:03

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The i.Menu Expo will be co-located on the show floor at the following food shows in 2014:

i.Menu Forum, Naples, Florida - January 20 2014

The i.Menu Expo is the Technology pavilion section of all major Foodservice/Restaurant /Retail/Hotel Expos/Trade shows throughout North America showcasing the future of dining and hospitality with our partners. The i.Menu Expo is a designed for restaurant/hospitality/retail owners/managers looking for new solutions using the Tablet & Smartphone technology (Like the iOS, Android, Blackberry & Windows), Tablet Accessories, Web-based Applications, Customized Hospitality Apps, Cloud Services, Interactive Touchscreen Tabletops and Mobile Merchant Payment Partners as their new menu system and business back-end office solution.

The Expo will have software developers (Apps), Innovative Accessory Makers & hardware vendors from all over North America showcasing their business solutions for the hospitality industry. Come see the developers & accessory makers in our own theatre presentation area demoing their products & solutions during our expo. The Expo is created for hospitality associates who are looking to access experts in this field, learn about dining tablets & new technology vendors, network with the leaders in the hospitality industry and to find cost-effective ways to improve productivity and improve company bottom lines

 

 

 

To submit your App, Product or Service in our next Edition which is coming out January 2014 please click here

 

 
Restaurant Sued for airing Pay-per-view Fight! Print
Thursday, 14 November 2013 12:44

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Zumi Sushi is being sued for more than $340,000 by a California production company that claims the Hillsboro Village restaurant aired a Manny Pacquiao boxing match without permission, according to a suit filed Tuesday in the Davidson County Circuit Court.

In the filing, J&J Sports Productions, which own the rights to air pay-per-view boxing events through HBO, says Zumi Sushi "did unlawfully publish, divulge and exhibit" the fight at the restaurant for its own "commercial advantage or private gain." Continue

 
Restaurant Peeping Tom arrested for filming women in restroom! Print
Sunday, 10 November 2013 13:39

Naplesnews.com - A woman turned her husband in to authorities after finding video of unsuspecting women who were filmed in various states of undress inside the restroom of a Panama City Beach restaurant.

Twenty-nine-year-old Michael Edward Dunning faces multiple charges of video voyeurism and is scheduled to appear in bond court later Friday. Continue

 
Restaurant owner sued by for stealing secrets Print
Sunday, 10 November 2013 13:07

KVUE.com - There may be a serial restaurant food copier on the loose.

Of course, Austin-based Torchy's Tacos is suing the Texas Taco Company for theft of trade secrets, specifically the company's "Taco Bible" that contains recipe and presentation instructions. CultureMap was first to report on the that lawsuit. But it turns out that just may be the start.

CultureMap has learned that Texas Taco Company co-owner Adrian Hembree also has been accused of a similar act by Anthony Russo of locally-based chain Russo's NY Pizzeria. Continue

 
Dad criticized for denying son McDonald's, lawsuit says Print
Sunday, 10 November 2013 13:05

Saying no to a toddler's demands for a McDonald's meal got a father branded an inept parent, he says in a lawsuit claiming a psychologist urged a judge to curtail his parental visits over the dinner debacle.

David E. Schorr says psychologist Marilyn Schiller pronounced him incapable of caring for his nearly 5-year-old son after he offered a choice - dinner anywhere but McDonald's, or no dinner at all - and let the boy choose the latter. He then took his irate son home to the boy's mother's house early from their Oct 30 dinner date, according to a defamation suit Schorr filed Tuesday Continue

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Convicted Mobster Turns to Crowdfunding to Open NJ Restaurant Print
Monday, 04 November 2013 13:45

ABCnews.go.com  Angelo Lutz, a convicted "mobster" who has built a restaurant business in the five years he has been out of prison, says life would have been remarkably different if, 20 years ago, he had chosen food as a career instead of being a bookie.

"The same effort I put into illegal activity I now put into legal activity at an extra 20 percent, and there's no more wasted talent," said Lutz, 49. "All my resources are channeled into a legitimate business. If I had done that 20 years ago I would be a millionaire today." Continue

 
Restaurants See More Discount-Driven Traffic Print
Monday, 04 November 2013 12:57

Reuters.com The number of restaurant visits prompted by a deal or discount increased in 2013 after declining in 2012, according to a report by The NPD Group. 

According to the new report, restaurant traffic on a deal or discount increased by 2 percent in the year ending August 2013, a turnaround from the 1 percent decrease in deal-driven traffic a year ago. Restaurant visits based on "buy some, get some" or "two-for-one"-type offers had the highest gain, with a 14 percent increase over last year.

The results suggest restaurants can't afford to turn away from promotions as consumers continue to remain cautious about spending. “In my view the industry tried to move away from heavy discounting last year but found it was just not feasible with consumers still closely watching their spending,” Bonnie Riggs, NPD restaurant industry analyst, said in a statement. “It is deal related traffic that is keeping the industry from registering traffic losses.” Continue

 
Pay-at-the-table app now comes with marketing solution Print
Monday, 04 November 2013 12:52

Fastcasual.com - If you run a restaurant, you can rely on suppositions to guide your business. Then again, "My grandmother's sweet potato fries will keep 'em coming back" may be thin when it comes to creating long-term viability.

This was the thinking when pay-at-the-table provider Tabbedout released Periscope recently. Periscope is a set of marketing tools, based on the Austin, Texas-based company's mobile payment app, that let merchants monitor customer use of the app, review customer purchase history and collect and respond to guest reviews. The data comes via the establishment's POS system, which integrates the Tabbedout app. Continue

 
Diners to eat out less in 2014 Print
Monday, 04 November 2013 12:37

Rnr.com - Restaurant traffic will be a key concern in 2014 as consumers say they plan to eat out less often — but not necessarily because of budget constraints, as has been the case since the recession.

Instead, consumers say they will dine out less frequently next year because of concerns about health. Financial woes have dropped to second place as a concern likely to dampen restaurant visit frequency, according to an industry survey conducted by consulting firm AlixPartners. Continue

 
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