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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a 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 and many more. Follow her on Instagram at @eatsdrinksandleaves. ---
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    QSR in a Lifestyle Wrapping is Possible

    Restaurants are expensive to build, the profit margins are razor-thin, skilled labor is getting harder to find and more expensive overall, and none of that is news to anyone. For a restaurant operator, the ability to have the upscale,...

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    The Restaurant of the Future isn't a Restaurant

    What is the restaurant of the future going to look like?

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    Restaurant Design in the Age of    On-Demand Food Delivery

    Restaurants aren't dead; they're just different. Or at least, they’ll have to become much more different from what they are if they’re to thrive in a rapidly evolving industry.

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    How Restaurants Should Approach Automation Amid Rising Labor Costs

    "Automation and labor go hand-in-hand," Juan Martinez declared during his talk at RestaurantSpaces

    As Principal of industrial engineering consulting firm, Profitality, Martinez spends his days improving foodservice companies’ "unit economics" —...

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    &pizza's Employee-First Approach to Restaurant Design

    When your employees are so passionate about your company that they choose to get your logo tattooed on their bodies, you can bet your brand is doing something right. You can also bet that passion gets translated into the service your employees...

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    How Tender Greens Feeds its Mission with Restaurant Design

    When Tender Greens Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Erik Oberholtzer was first working out the restaurant's concept with his partners, David Dressler and Matt Lyman, they knew they wanted it to be a place that encouraged a bond between guests...

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