The restaurant point-of-sale (POS) of today has been advancing by leaps and bounds and new, more compact tablet-based systems appear to be all the rage. Restaurateurs are seeking a POS that can deliver on many fronts, but is also easy to use. What are some of the top things to look for in the POS of today? ...Integration, mobile transactions nnd POS ease of use. These are top features.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will be releasing limited-time doughnuts at its retail outlets. The new “summer desserts” include the Strawberries & Kreme Doughnut and the Banana Pudding Doughnut, both available starting June 20. Freedom Ring Doughnut will feature the classic Original Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnut decorated with red, white and blue to reflect an image of the American flag, available between June...
Fast casual restaurants in the Washington, D.C. area continue to grow, as Philadelphia-based Honeygrow expands further in the MidAtlantic region. Honeygrow, which focuses on new and different stir-fry combinations, has 32 locations open across 10 states, currently—with 18 of those stores now open in the MidAtlantic. Stores in D.C. area include Chinatown, Reston, Pentagon City, and Rockville.
Romano’s Macaroni Grill is getting a menu makeover, releasing a new menu with several new dishes to add to its offering. Macaroni Grill is also bringing back favorites from its 30-year history at participating locations...Seafood Cioppino, San Marino Chicken, grilled bone-in pork chop, said Holly Wagstaff-Bellomo.
PIncho Factory has named Jayson Tipp, chief executive officer, effective immediately. Pincho Factory serves Latin-inspired kebabs and hamburgers, and currently has five locations, with plans to add 10 stores in the Washington, D.C. market.
Apps and technologies designed to streamline ordering, invoicing, and inventory have exploded in recent years...ease of use and time-saving benefits, restaurant operators have quickly realized that these apps have huge potential to reduce food waste...while saving owners money on wasted food: Orderly, BlueCart.
CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries Group, Inc. has accepted the resignation of Srinivas Kumar, who became CEO of the company in 2014. Fred Beilstein III will serve as interim CEO as he continues Mr. Kumar’s work to grow all the CraftWorks brands.