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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a freelance writer who has covered the restaurant and hospitality industry for over a decade. Her work has appeared in Thrillist, Cosmopolitan, Fox News, the New York Post, Matador Network, and many more. Follow her on Instagram at @eatsdrinksandleaves. ---
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    The Inevitable Rise of Virtual Kitchens

    Meredith Sandland, Chief Operating Officer at Kitchen United, wants people in the restaurant industry to understand that off-premise is the future of restaurants, and it's not going away. She believes this so strongly that she left her position...

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    How Restaurants are Anticipating the Needs of Tomorrow

    In this age of ultra-convenience, customers expect to be able to order dinner from their favorite restaurants through an app and have it delivered directly to their door. So how are restaurants—particularly the ones that are primarily...

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    Restaurant Chain CEOs Rethink Store Size

     In a culinary climate dominated by artisanal everything and a customer base that more and more wants to stay at home and have everything delivered, where do chain restaurants fit in? And how do they adapt to rapidly changing customer behaviors...

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    Songwriter Kevin Griffin Shares “World Class” Creativity Lessons

    In 1995, a little song called “Good” from a little band called Better Than Ezra climbed up the Billboard charts to reach the number one spot for Modern Rock. Their debut album Deluxe went platinum by the end of that year, helping to define the...

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    Taco Bell reinvents itself into a full-fledged lifestyle brand

    The company that leaned into its own fan-fueled reputation as a late-night destination for folks who've had a few (too many?) drinks at the bar by creating a whole ad campaign around the concept of "Fourth Meal" might know a thing or two...

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    Meeting the Expectations of a Changing Customer

    At a recent RestaurantSpaces discussion focused on how fast casual and quick service restaurants are adapting to meet the ever-changing demands and expectations of customers, host Sean McGuinness (Hospitality Director of Sargenti Architects)...

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