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Revel Systems Ipad POS: Eatery Pulse, courtesy Revel

Revel Systems continues to grow on the wings of mobile point-of-sale popularity

Revel Systems, an iPad-based point-of-sale (POS) system company, has seen strong growth due to the growing popularity of mobile POS. As part of an array of advanced solutions, mobile POS is helping restaurateurs access added benefits, including back-of-house integration, a marketing platform and enabling more options for engaging customers.

Two resaurant groups battle for Arlinton Diners, photo credit: Pamplona

Two restaurant groups battle for diners in Arlington

Diners in Arlington, Va. have benefited from a string of successful new restaurant openings over the last few years. The city has developed as one of the most exciting food cities in America, as local restaurant groups aggressively expand and bring new concepts to the area. Two restaurant groups, MacNac Hospitality and Social Restaurant Group, are battling for Arlington Diners.

Swizzle Chill TV YouTube TV

Eatery Pulse TV debuts Swizzle Chill

The Eatery Pulse TV News Network debuted its most exciting and energetic web boradcast to date in Swizzle Chill TV. Catch the latest episodes by subscribing on YouTube or on […]

DC restaurants adopt gluten-free trend, photo credit jo sonn

D.C. restaurants adopt the gluten-free trend

Gluten-free (GF) foods, typically consumed by those with celiac disease, wheat allergies, and gluten sensitivity, have seen a 36 percent sales growth rate from 2010-2015, according to Packaged Facts. Entirely devoted to GF treats, Virginia-based Happy Tart bakery has locations in Alexandria, Falls Church, and Del Ray (currently under renovation). Cakes, crepes, cookies, cupcakes, macarons, and fresh bread.

What global flavors are ternding, photo credit Peter Hershey

What are the next top global flavors for restaurants to tap?

"Thai, Indian, Korean and North African Influences are hot right now and are breaking through into foodservice in the form of sauces, spirces and proteins," she says...Technomic, a Chicago-based foodservice research film and consultancy, has also presented Southeast Asia as a source of flavor trends.

Restaurants leverage the popularity of organic foods, photo jess watters

Restaurants leverage the popularity of organic foods

The organic food industry has grown rapidly in recent years and the growth trajectory continues to rise, as organic ingredients begin to find a place in the broader feel-good food trend. The industry has recently reached $50 billion dollars in annual total organic product sales and is predicted to continue growing rapidly, with average growth in the double digits for the past five years...The D.C. metro area is a hub for innovative restaurant operators who have already capitalized on this surge of interest in organic ingredients, with local favorite restaurants Sweetgreen and Founding Farmers emphasizing the role of organic

L.E.K. released a report on foodservice operator challenges

National Restaurant Association launches Benefit Trust Health Plan

“Restaurant employees are our greatest asset and we want to ensure that they receive the best health care available. This is why the Restaurant & Hospitality Association Benefit Trust, has been specifically designed to assist our smaller members with employee retention. This innovative approach...CEO of the National Restaurant Association

P.F. Chang's Thai Harvest Curry Lunch Bowl

P.F. Chang’s introduces new bowl-centric lunch menu and cocktail lineup

P.F. Chang's new “wok-fired” lunch bowl menu will comprise selections that include the Bibimbap, Chiang Mai Noodle Bowl, Tokyo Udon Noodle Bowl. In addition to these chef-inspired bowls...Sparkling Blossom: Grey Goose Vodka, St.-Germain Elderflower liqueur, Blushing Geisha, Red Dragon, Japanese Old Fashioned

Food industry sees growing impact from Cannabis cuisine

Food industry finds growing impact from cannabis food, cuisine

Restaurants too can be expected to get involved in this trend by incorporating cannabis into dishes and offering unique private “tasting experiences” for those who wish to further refine their palate.... “2018 Food Trends That Matter” in December which featured cannabis as one of the nine published. According to Nielsen, one trend is that edible cannabis products have already evolved from the traditional offering of brownies and “cannabutter” into cold brew coffees, sodas, puddings, granola, and even olive oil.