Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews kỷ niệm Ngày National Cheeseburger Day với mmột Gourmet Cheeseburger và bottomless Steak Fries® chỉ với giá $5 khi mua bất kỳ loại nước uống cỡ thông thường vào ngày 18 tháns 9 năm 2019


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Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews Celebrates National Cheeseburger Day with a $5 Gourmet Cheeseburger and Bottomless Steak Fries® Deal
With the Purchase of Any Regular-Sized Beverage, Guests Can Enjoy the Juicy Deal from The Gourmet Burger Authority™ on Sept. 18


GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Cheeseburger lovers, rejoice! Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews is celebrating National Cheeseburger Day with a deal that’s packed with flavor and full of YUMMM®! On Sept. 18, all guests who visit a participating Red Robin restaurant can get a taste of the type of exclusive offer that Red Robin Royalty® members may be surprised with throughout the year – a signature Gourmet Cheeseburger and Bottomless Steak Fries® for just $5, with the purchase of any regular-sized beverage.

Red Robin’s Gourmet Cheeseburger features a fresh, never frozen beef patty fire-grilled to juicy perfection and topped with Red’s pickle relish, red onions, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, mayo and choice of cheese.
Red Robin’s Gourmet Cheeseburger features a fresh, never frozen beef patty fire-grilled to juicy perfection and topped with Red’s pickle relish, red onions, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, mayo and choice of cheese.
“Red Robin has been serving up Bottomless Fun and Gourmet Burgers for 50 years and a cheeseburger with fries has always been a guest favorite and all-American staple,” said Jonathan Muhtar, executive vice president and chief concept officer at Red Robin. “Through the years, while the restaurant has changed, and the menu has evolved, the Gourmet Cheeseburger helped earn our Burger Authority status and keeps our guests smiling and coming back time and again.”

Red Robin’s Gourmet Cheeseburger is widely known as the burger that made the casual dining restaurant chain famous. This guest favorite features a fresh, never frozen beef patty fire-grilled to juicy perfection and topped with Red’s pickle relish, red onions, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, mayo and choice of cheese.

For more information about Red Robin’s National Cheeseburger Day offer, visit www.redrobin.com/national-cheeseburger-day. To sign up for the Red Robin Royalty® loyalty rewards program, visit www.redrobin.com/royalty.

About Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (NASDAQ: RRGB)
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (www.redrobin.com), a casual dining restaurant chain founded in 1969 that operates through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Red Robin International, Inc., and under the trade name, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews, is the Gourmet Burger Authority™, famous for serving more than two dozen craveable, high-quality burgers with Bottomless Steak Fries® in a fun environment welcoming to guests of all ages. At Red Robin, burgers are more than just something guests eat; they’re a bonding experience that brings together friends and families, kids and adults. In addition to its many burger offerings, Red Robin serves a wide variety of salads, soups, appetizers, entrees, desserts and signature beverages. Red Robin offers a variety of options behind the bar, including its extensive selection of local and regional beers, and innovative adult beer shakes and cocktails. It’s now easy to take Red Robin anywhere with online ordering for to-go and Gourmet Burger Bar catering pickups through Yummm2Go. There are more than 570 Red Robin restaurants across the United States and Canada, including Red Robin Express® locations and those operating under franchise agreements. Red Robin… YUMMM®! Connect with Red Robin on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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August’s Achilles Heel for Restaurant Industry: Sales, Traffic & Employee Retention


Same-store sales growth was -0.7 percent during August, same-store traffic growth was -3.9 percent. This update comes from Black Box Intelligence™ data from TDn2K™, based on weekly sales from over 31,000 locations representing 170+ brands and nearly $72 billion in annual sales.


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The sales slowdown continued for the restaurant industry in August as same-store sales fell again year over year. Growth was -0.7 percent for August, the second consecutive month in which the industry failed to grow its same-store sales. The last time the industry experienced two consecutive months of negative same-store sales growth was in January and February of 2018, when the weak sales could be largely attributed to bad winter weather. The latest disappointing results could not be attributed to any external factors, thus raising questions about the current health of the industry. This update comes from Black Box Intelligence™ data from TDn2K™, based on weekly sales from over 31,000 locations representing 170+ brands and $72 billion in annual sales.
Even though the latest results are discouraging for restaurants, they are not surprising. As the industry is into the second half of 2019, the sales comparisons become tougher year over year, given the industry’s stronger performance during the last two quarters of 2018.
“August’s same-store sales growth compared with the same month two years ago is actually an encouraging 1.2 percent,” commented Victor Fernandez, vice president of insights and knowledge for TDn2K. “The industry’s sales continue to be better than they were two years ago in comparable stores. Since the beginning of the year, only two months (February and July) have posted negative sales growth on a two-year basis. Between August 2017 and December 2018, only October – December of 2018 achieved two-year positive same-store sales growth. In other words, the industry’s performance has held up in recent months from a longer term perspective, but in this new world of persistently eroding guest traffic, strong year-over-year sales growth performance is simply not possible every year. A period of strong sales growth such as 2018 should be expected to be followed by a softer year, as we’ve seen so far in 2019.”
Traffic: The Achilles Heel of the Industry
Same-store traffic growth was -3.9 percent in August. Along with -4.0 in July, the industry just experienced the two worst months in almost two years based on year-over-year traffic growth. The stark reality is that the average restaurant continues to see it’s guest counts dwindle every year since the recession. If the industry is to consistently post healthy sales growth, this guest erosion needs to be solved.
Increasing average guest checks, even accelerating their growth in recent months, was not able to push the industry into positive sales growth territory given the abysmal traffic results during the last two months.
However, it is important to note that August of 2018 had the strongest traffic growth results of last year, albeit still negative. This meant a tough comparison to lap over. Much as what was discussed for sales, current traffic performance remains relatively unchanged when calculating growth on a two-year basis. August’s same-store traffic growth compared with August of 2017 was -4.6 percent; the average for the previous twelve months. “There is little comfort in knowing the industry keeps losing guests at the same pace as it has been for the last year,” continued Fernandez, “but at least the bleed is not getting worse.”
Fine Dining Continues To Outperform All Segments
Fine dining was the best performing segment based on same-store sales growth during August. For the last few years, guests looking for an upscale dining experience and that have the income to spend have responded well to the offerings by fine dining chain restaurants. This segment is also the top performer based on sales growth year to date and among the top two performing segments in each of the last two years.
The only other segment that was able to post positive same-store sales growth during August was family dining. This segment has been experiencing a sales resurgence since 2018.
Labor Market Key to Continued Consumer Spending; Recession an Emerging Threat
“The trade battle between the U.S. and China is creating enough collateral damage that there are now worries that a global economic slowdown is nearing,” stated Joel Naroff, president of Naroff Economic Advisors and TDn2K economist. “The U.S. economy continues to expand, but with new tariffs being imposed and more possible, the future is more uncertain. Europe is being battered by the weakening in its two major trading partners. Japan is hurting as well. The U.S. manufacturing sector is faltering. Indeed, the only positive segment of the economy is consumer spending. That is being supported by a solid job market and decent income gains.”
“But, payroll increases have slowed and the decline in the unemployment rate has stopped, raising questions about whether consumer confidence can remain high enough to sustain the spending. The labor market is the key. If jobs remain plentiful, households will have the funds to keep growth going. If it falters, it would likely take a sudden end to the trade war to prevent a recession.”
Employee Retention Still Troubling; Training and Development Part of Potential Solution
Restaurants are now adding declining sales growth to the challenge they have been wrestling with for years. Finding and retaining enough employees to keep restaurants fully staffed persists as one of the biggest headaches for operators according to the latest results from TDn2K’s People Report™. In July, rolling 12 month turnover rates for restaurant hourly employees and managers increased once more, keeping the industry at historically high levels.
Continued job growth coupled with difficulty finding capable job candidates has resulted in an increase in unfilled positions across the industry. Based on TDn2K’s Workforce Index, limited service brands (quick service and fast casual restaurants) have felt the most pressure on this front. While 29 percent of full service restaurants reported an increase in vacancies at the management level, 38 percent of limited service reported an increase. At the restaurant non-management level, 27 percent for full service and 44 percent for limited service reported an increase.
Compensation has typically been the key lever to use when competing for talent in an increasingly tight environment. But successful operators recognize that the employee value proposition goes well beyond pay. When asked what works to improve employee retention at all levels within their restaurants, operators frequently mention things like improved training as well as career development. And the data supports these responses. A recent TDn2K analysis revealed restaurant brands that invest in their managers’ leadership development and spend time training them on HR specific topics results in lower turnover.
Looking Ahead
The restaurant industry is expected to experience weak sales and traffic growth results for the last third of the year. Average same-store sales growth for the last four months of 2018 was 1.3 percent, compared with an average of 0.5 percent for the first months of last year. Given these tougher comparisons in the months ahead, small positive sales growth is a best-case scenario for the rest of the year. Flat to declining sales growth is a distinct possibility, especially if consumer confidence begins to suffer as news of trade wars continue fanning the recession flames.
Adding to the negative outlook for next month’s results is the fact that major areas of the country are being evacuated and possibly devastated by another major hurricane. This will undoubtedly hurt restaurant sales, particularly in those areas directly affected on the Atlantic coast. But restaurants in those areas hit by the storm are expected to see a jump in their sales in the recovery period in the months ahead.
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4 Reasons to Explore San Diego with Restaurant Week!
Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 through Sunday, September 29th, 2019


SAN DIEGO, Sept. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — San Diego Restaurant Week is returning for its 15th year from Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 through Sunday, September 29th, 2019 with delicious deals and unique offerings all at discounted prices. San Diego Restaurant Week makes it easy to explore local tastes and save more, taste more, and enjoy more for 8 delicious days. Here are 4 reasons why you should get out and explore all that San Diego County has to offer with Restaurant Week!

Discover new neighborhoods throughout San Diego County! With over 150 restaurants from Chula Vista to North County, stay close to home or venture into undiscovered territory and make a day of your Restaurant Week adventure!
Find bites that even the pickiest eater will love! Restaurant week features delectable dining opportunities from American to Asian and Creole and everything in between! Customizable as well as curated options are available, so you are sure to find an amazing meal no matter what you love!
Explore unique dining options on a budget! This year, participating restaurants will offer three-course dinner menus for $20, $30, $40, $50, or $60 and two-course lunch menus for $10, $15, $20 or $25 per person. With these prices you can expand your palate and sample something new on any budget!
Customize your dining experience like never before! New this September is the launch of the “Restaurant Week Your Way” feature which allows for customizable options to fit every palate! Enjoy your choice of either entrée, appetizer, drink, and/or dessert to create your own customized, one-of-a-kind Restaurant Week experience at the same great price!
Ready to begin your culinary adventure? Grab your foodie friends and get ready to make San Diego Restaurant Week your week to remember. Tickets are not necessary for this delectable week of discounted dining, but reservations are recommended! For more information and a full list of participating restaurants visit SanDiegoRestaurantWeek.com.

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Moe’s Southwest Grill thông báo Ngày Queso miễn phí vào ngày 19 tháng 9 năm 2019


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Queso Season Is Here: Moe’s Southwest Grill® Announces Free Queso Day on September 19
Move Over Pumpkin Spice, Moe’s Declares Free Queso Day with First Annual Queso Season


ATLANTA, Sept. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Moe’s Southwest Grill® is letting the free queso flow this year by expanding their Free Queso Day into what will be an unforgettable Queso Season. For the entire month of September, Moe’s is celebrating its notorious queso across all our channels: free queso will be available in any way you do Moe’s …be it Moe Rewards app, online ordering, catering and of course in-store offers.

“Our ‘liquid gold’ queso has remained unmatched for almost 20 years and we are excited to offer even more ways for our fans to access it all month long for our first annual Queso Season,” said Verchele Wiggins Roberts, Chief Marketing Officer for Moe’s Southwest Grill.

Moe’s Free Queso Day offer is available on September 19, 2019 and includes one free six-ounce cup of queso per person at all Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurant locations, no purchase necessary. Moe Rewards members will receive 100 bonus points for every purchase made in the month of September that includes a cup of queso.

Prefer your queso from the couch? This year, Moe’s fans will receive a complimentary six-ounce cup of queso with their Moe’s mobile or online order. And if that isn’t enough cheese, each person in a 20+ catering order will receive one Digital Moe Buck to redeem via the Moe’s app.

Lastly, we invite our fans to pay close attention to our Twitter page @MoesHQ and Instagram @moessouthwestgrill this month for third-party delivery promotion details. Find the nearest Moe’s to you here.

Contacts:
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About Moe’s Southwest Grill®
Welcome to Moe’s!® Founded in 2000 and based in Atlanta, GA, Moe’s Southwest Grill is a fast casual restaurant franchise that serves high quality and fresh Southwestern food. Moe’s has an extensive variety of menu items to please the entire family. Whether you visit one of our 700 franchised locations or have us cater your next event, free chips and salsa come with every order. Moe’s Southwest Grill has been recognized as the Brand of the Year in the Fast Casual Mexican Restaurant category for two years in a row based on the 2016 & 2017 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Studies. Check us out online at www.moes.com to find a store near you, and then connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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SURVEY: Nearly 70% of U.S. Diners Say A Restaurant’s Website Has Discouraged Them from Visiting
And 62% of those surveyed said a website has impacted their decision to order delivery or takeout from a restaurant


BALTIMORE, Aug. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — MGH, a full-service marketing communications agency, today released the results of a survey it conducted of U.S. restaurant goers, ages 18+ who dine in or have takeout or delivery at least once a month. Overall, the survey found that nearly 80% (77%) of those surveyed said they are likely to visit a restaurant’s website before they dine in or order takeout or delivery. Of that group, the survey found that nearly 70% (68%) have been discouraged from visiting a restaurant because of its website and slightly less (62%) said a restaurant’s website discouraged them from ordering delivery or takeout from a restaurant.

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Nearly 70% (69%) of those surveyed say the website specifically helps them decide if they want to dine in at the restaurant, while 43% visit a website to help decide if they want to order takeout or delivery from a restaurant.

While not caring for menu items is still the main reason those surveyed (65%) are discouraged from visiting a restaurant, other factors are also important. About one-third have been discouraged from visiting a restaurant because the website was difficult to navigate (33%), menus were difficult to read (30%) or websites looked old or out of date (30%).

When ordering food for takeout or delivery, those website factors become even more important for diners. 44% have been discouraged to order takeout or delivery from a restaurant because the website was difficult to navigate, 36% because the menu was difficult to read and 35% because the website looked old or out of date.

Surveyed diners also noted the importance of mobile-friendly websites when ordering food from a restaurant. In fact, 56% of surveyed diners say that mobile-friendly websites are very important and 36% say they have been discouraged from ordering food from a restaurant because the website wasn’t mobile friendly.

Not surprisingly, photography also plays a key role. 45% of surveyed diners say they specifically look for photos of food when visiting a restaurant’s website and 36% say the food photography is what discouraged them from visiting a restaurant.

Taking a closer look at responses from Gen Z and Millennials:

Nearly 60% of 18 to 24-year-olds (59%) and 55% of 25-34-year-olds specifically look for photos of food on a restaurant’s website.
50% of 18-24-year-old diners and 44% of 25-34-year-olds who say a restaurant’s website has discouraged them from visiting the restaurant say it’s because the food photography was not enticing.
And 49% of 18-24-year-olds and 41% of 25-34-year-olds who order takeout or delivery say a restaurants website has discouraged them from ordering food.
“A website is the centerpiece of any business — no matter the industry – so it’s no surprise that photography places a huge role in encouraging or discouraging diners. Additionally, consumers are becoming more web savvy and have high expectations and short attention spans when it comes to the user experience,” commented MGH CEO, Andy Malis. “Restauranteurs should take note of these key findings and evaluate their current website to determine if their website needs a refresh or confirm that what exists is working.”

About the Survey
Results are based on a national survey of 1,101 U.S. adults age 18 or older who dine in or have takeout or delivery from a restaurant at least once a month and who are at least somewhat likely to visit a restaurant’s website before they dine in or have takeout or delivery from the restaurant.

About MGH
Based in Baltimore, MGH specializes in multilocation restaurant marketing and offers advertising, public relations, media planning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, strategy, development and marketing), market research, direct response, relationship marketing and social media marketing. MGH was selected to the Ad Age 2019 Best Places to Work list.

MGH maintains a diverse client base spanning multiple industries. Current clients include Round Table Pizza, Great American Cookies, Hot Dog on a Stick, Marble Slab Creamery, Pretzelmaker, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, Paul Fredrick, Ocean City, Md., Department of Tourism, Books-A-Million, and Mannington.

Visit http://www.mghus.com for more information on MGH and its services or connect with MGH via: Facebook at https://facebook.com/mghus; Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/mghmarketing; Twitter at https://twitter.com/mghus; or YouTube at https://youtube.com/mghtv.

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OpenTable Reveals the 50 Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America for 2019


Restaurants in Florida and New York Boast the Most Honors; Winners Span 16 States and Washington, D.C.


SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — With the kids back in school, there’s no better time to savor precious family moments than over a meal. To help families find the perfect restaurant, OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of Booking Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG), today released its list of the 50 Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America for 2019. Whether families are celebrating something special or just looking for a delicious everyday meal, they can turn to this list for quality dining experiences in family-friendly environments.

Featuring restaurants coast-to-coast across 16 states and Washington, D.C., the list is culled from more than 12 million verified diner reviews of over 30,000 U.S. restaurants. From NINJA in New York to Aquarium in Denver, the Most Kid-Friendly list has plenty of establishments that will be sure to please diners of any age. Florida and New York tie in first for the most honorees (seven), followed by Hawaii with six and California and South Carolina both with four each. Georgia, Illinois and Washington, D.C. follow, all boasting three honorees. Colorado, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas are also featured.

“When you’re dining out with kids, you want to find a restaurant that has something for everyone – a menu that appeals to younger diners, great cocktail options for the adults and, of course, the ambiance to match,” said Caroline Potter, Chief Dining Officer at OpenTable. “Whether you’re a family of foodies celebrating something special or you’re avoiding doing dishes on a weeknight, these restaurants have a fun family-friendly vibe and fare that’ll hit the spot.”

OpenTable’s list of the 50 Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America for 2019 is generated solely from diner reviews collected between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. All restaurants with a minimum “overall” rating and number of qualifying reviews were included for consideration. Qualifying restaurants were then scored and sorted according to the sum of tags for which “kid-friendly” or “child-friendly” was selected as a special feature.

Based on this methodology, the 50 Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America for 2019 according to OpenTable diners, are in alphabetical order as follows:

50 Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America for 2019

Aquarium Restaurant – Multiple Locations
Becco – New York, New York
Benihana – Multiple Locations
Bill’s Bar and Burger – New York, New York
The Boathouse – Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Buddy V’s at The Venetian – Las Vegas, Nevada
Cap City Fine Diner & Bar – Grandview – Columbus, Ohio
Carmine’s – Multiple Locations
Cattle Company Steakhouse – Pearl City – Pearl City, Hawaii
Columbia Restaurant – Multiple Locations
The Dead Fish – Crockett, California
Farmers & Distillers, Washington, D.C.
Farmers Fishers Bakers, Washington, D.C.
Fire + Ice Boston – Boston, Massachusetts
Fleet Landing Restaurant & Bar – Charleston, South Carolina
Founding Farmers – Multiple Locations
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Restaurant – Frankenmuth, Michigan
Hard Rock Cafe – Multiple Locations
Hell’s Kitchen – Caesars Palace Las Vegas – Las Vegas, Nevada
Henry’s Louisiana Grill – Acworth, Georgia
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar – Orlando – Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Keoki’s Paradise – Koloa, Hawaii
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse – Multiple Locations
L. Woods Tap and Pine Lodge – Lincolnwood, Illinois
Little Goat – Chicago, Illinois
Loveless Cafe – Nashville, Tennessee
Maggiano’s – Multiple Locations
Mama’s Fish House – Paia, Hawaii
Max Brenner – Multiple Locations
The Mill House – Waikapu, Hawaii
Monkeypod Kitchen – Multiple Locations
Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner – Buena Park, California
NINJA NEW YORK – New York, New York
Old Lady Gang – Atlanta, Georgia
Old Oyster Factory – Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
The Pirates’ House – Savannah, Georgia
Raglan Road Irish Pub – Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Rainforest Cafe – Multiple Locations
Sea Captain’s House – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Skull Creek Dockside Restaurant – Hilton Head, South Carolina
The Smith- Lincoln Square – New York, New York
Sugar Factory – Multiple Locations
Tavern on the Green – New York, New York
Tony’s Di Napoli – Midtown – New York, New York
True Food Kitchen – Palo Alto – Palo Alto, California
Ulele – Tampa, Florida
Uncle Julio’s – Multiple Locations
Virgil’s Real BBQ – New York City – New York, New York
Wolfgang’s Steak House – Waikiki Beach – Honolulu, Hawaii
Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth – Frankenmuth, Michigan

The complete list may also be viewed at https://www.opentable.com/lists/most-kid-friendly-restaurants-us-2019

About OpenTable
OpenTable, part of Booking Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG), is the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, with more than 51,000 restaurants globally using its software to seat over 125 million diners monthly. OpenTable helps diners discover and book the perfect table and helps restaurants deliver personalized hospitality to keep guests coming back.

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Chương trình khuyến mãi giảm 50% một nửa giá các loại pizza khi đặt mua trên mạng dominos.com từ ngày 26 tháng 8 đến ngày 1 tháng 9 năm 2019


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Domino’s® Offers Back-to-School Deal: 50% Off Pizza
Menu-priced pizzas ordered online are half off Aug. 26-Sept. 1


Smashburger® Celebrates 12th Anniversary with 12 Cent Burgers for All
Buy One Double Smashburger, Get a Second for Just 12 Cents


ANN ARBOR, Mich., Aug. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Is back-to-school madness stressing you out? Stress no more – Domino’s Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) has your dinner plans covered. The largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales announced today that Domino’s stores nationwide are offering 50% off menu-priced pizzas ordered online Aug. 26-Sept. 1.

“It’s back-to-school season, which means there is a lot to do in a short amount of time,” said Jenny Fouracre, Domino’s spokeswoman. “Between buying school supplies, clothes and dealing with schedule changes, there is little time for much else, but Domino’s wanted to make one thing easy: planning dinner. Not only is pizza night perfect for those busy days, but now, it’s also half off when you order online.”

The 50% off deal is only available on menu-priced pizzas ordered through any of Domino’s online ordering channels which include Domino’s website (dominos.com), as well as Domino’s ordering apps for iPad®, iPhone®, Android™ and Kindle Fire®.

About Domino’s Pizza®
Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world based on retail sales, with a significant business in both delivery and carryout pizza. It ranks among the world’s top public restaurant brands with a global enterprise of more than 16,300 stores in over 85 markets. Domino’s had global retail sales of over $13.5 billion in 2018, with nearly $6.6 billion in the U.S. and more than $6.9 billion internationally. In the second quarter of 2019, Domino’s had global retail sales of over $3.2 billion, with over $1.6 billion in the U.S. and over $1.6 billion internationally. Its system is comprised of independent franchise owners who accounted for 98% of Domino’s stores as of the second quarter of 2019. Emphasis on technology innovation helped Domino’s achieve more than half of all global retail sales in 2018 from digital channels. In the U.S., Domino’s generates over 65% of sales via digital channels and has developed several innovative ordering platforms, including Google Home, Facebook Messenger, Apple Watch, Amazon Echo and Twitter – as well as Domino’s Hotspots®, an ordering platform featuring over 200,000 unique, non-traditional delivery locations. In late 2017, Domino’s began an industry-first test of self-driving vehicle delivery, and in June 2019 announced a partnership with Nuro, furthering its exploration and testing of autonomous pizza delivery.

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For a Limited Time Only! Tradition and Urgency Motivate Consumers of Restaurant Seasonal Limited Time Offers
Tradition and Urgency Motivate Consumers of Restaurant Seasonal Limited Time Offers, Like Pumpkin Spice Lattes


A recent foodservice market research report by The NPD Group examines restaurant limited time offers (LTOs) and finds that repeated LTOs, like Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte offer, tap into a base of loyal buyers.


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Whether it’s the return of Pumpkin Spice Lattes in the fall or the green shakes that herald the coming of spring, consumers buy into these annual traditions and the sense that these offerings – like colorful fall leaves or spring flowers – are here for only a short time. A recent foodservice market research report by The NPD Group examines restaurant limited time offers (LTOs) and finds that repeated LTOs, like seasonal offers, tap into a base of loyal buyers.

Take, for example, Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte (or PSL for short) limited time offer, which debuted in August 2014 and will be available this year starting on August 27. Twenty-four percent of buyers who bought a PSL at Starbucks in 2018 had purchased the coffee drink in 2017 and 32 percent of buyers in 2017 had bought a PSL in 2016, according to the NPD report, The Role of the Limited Time Offer: How LTOs Can Be Used to Affect Consumer Behavior.

The NPD report, which is based on data from the company’s receipt harvesting service, Checkout, also finds that when a seasonal LTO first debuts it garners broad consumer interest because it’s new and then over time it plateaus to include the loyalist buyers while still attracting some new buyers. Seasonal LTO buyers typically visit more and are more valuable customers to the chain overall.

“Limited time offers continue to be an integral element of a restaurant chain’s and foodservice manufacturer’s marketing mix,” says David Portalatin, NPD food industry advisor and author of Eating Patterns in America. “A well-executed LTO can boost sales and serve as a competitive edge for restaurant operators and help foodservice manufacturers test new products and concepts.”

About The NPD Group
NPD offers data, industry expertise, and prescriptive analytics to help our clients grow their businesses in a changing world. Over 2000 companies worldwide rely on us to help them measure, predict, and improve performance across all channels, including brick-and-mortar and e-commerce. We have offices in 27 cities worldwide, with operations spanning the Americas, Europe, and APAC. Practice areas include apparel, appliances, automotive, beauty, books, B2B technology, consumer technology, e-commerce, fashion accessories, food consumption, foodservice, footwear, home, juvenile products, media entertainment, mobile, office supplies, retail, sports, toys, travel retail, games, and watches / jewelry. For more information, visit npd.com. Follow us on Twitter: @npdgroup.

Checkout offers robust data for tracking and improving performance across all channels plus buyer analytics to help businesses keep current customers and win new ones. The Checkout Omnipanel tracks online and in-store sales. A complementary e-commerce panel delivers more granular views of sales through the fastest growing channel with access to over 1 million consumers via our research partner Rakuten Intelligence. Buyer analytics deliver insight into most valuable customers, brand loyalty, brand leakage / lift, brand launches, and more.


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FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE Announce Inaugural World’s Best Restaurants List Collaboration


FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE Announce Inaugural World’s Best Restaurants List Collaboration

NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE announce the inaugural publication of their World’s Best Restaurants list, which includes 30 establishments from around the world that excite, provoke, and inspire guests with captivating cuisine, culture, and sense of place.

For the first time ever, the two brands have partnered on an ambitious and exciting new platform curated by one anonymous critic, who journeyed around the world to discover the best restaurants that travelers must visit right now. As much about the destination as it is about the food, this deliberately unranked list reflects the most vibrant aspects of each location it represents, capturing dining experiences that fully express the culture of each country, city, or region.

FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE World’s Best Restaurants 2019:

4Roomed The Restaurant, Cape Town, South Africa
Antichi Sapori, Montegrosso, Italy
Attica, Melbourne, Australia
Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, New York, USA
Burnt Ends, Singapore
El Soussi, Beirut, Lebanon
Fuunji, Tokyo, Japan
Ganbara, San Sebastián, Spain
Hiša Franko, Kobarid, Slovenia
Jose Enrique, San Juan, Puerto Rico
La Mar, Lima, Peru
Le Wine Chambre, Johannesburg, South Africa
Maní, São Paulo, Brazil
Mariscos Ruben, Tijuana, Mexico
Masque, Mumbai, India
MIL, Moray, Peru
n/naka, Los Angeles, California, USA
Nang Loeng Market, Bangkok, Thailand
Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
Restaurante Alfonsina, San Juan Bautista la Raya, Mexico
Samcheongdong Sujebi, Seoul, South Korea
Saturne, Paris, France
Shree Thaker Bhojanalay, Mumbai, India
Sorbillo, Naples, Italy
St. John, London, UK
Sushi Yoshitake, Tokyo, Japan
Swan Oyster Depot, San Francisco, California, USA
The Grey, Savannah, Georgia, USA
The Ruined Garden, Fez, Morocco
VEA, Hong Kong
“If someone were to plan an around-the-world trip based on these recommendations, we’d want them to feel as though they’d truly experienced the breadth of the world, not just found themselves in very nice dining rooms eating very nice meals in various locations,” says TRAVEL + LEISURE Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Gifford. “We searched for balance, excellence, and mix.”

The list was curated by an anonymous critic, James Beard Award-winning writer Besha Rodell, who has been reporting on food and culture for almost two decades, in multiple cities and across two continents. Rodell is one of the few restaurant critics who has remained truly anonymous, and currently serves as a critic for the New York Times’ Australia bureau after a five-year tenure as critic for LA Weekly from 2012 to 2017. To develop the World’s Best Restaurants list, Rodell accepted recommendations from a global panel of experts across the hospitality and restaurant industries made up of FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE editors and 22 noteworthy culinary personalities including Ruth Reichl, Enrique Olvera, Gail Simmons, Alex Atala, Anne-Sophie Pic, Nina Compton, and Marcus Samuelsson.

Over four months, Rodell visited 81 restaurants in 24 countries and across six continents, stayed in 37 hotels, spent 279 hours in the air, and traveled more than 100,000 miles to research what would ultimately create the first editorial collaboration on a signature franchise between FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE.

“The cultural touchstones on this new list don’t prioritize one style of dining or one culture over another,” says FOOD & WINE Editor-in-Chief Hunter Lewis. “Whether it’s a food truck in Tijuana, a 20-course tasting menu in Denmark, or the next big thing in Slovenia, each of these 30 restaurants is the kind of venue that we’d cancel all other reservations for, just so we could dine there and soak up the culture. These restaurants are that special and delicious.”

To read more about the restaurants listed above, please visit both Food & Wine and Travel + Leisure for the full list. Presented by Capital One, The World’s Best Restaurants will also appear in the September issues of FOOD & WINE and TRAVEL + LEISURE.

ABOUT FOOD & WINE
FOOD & WINE is the ultimate authority on the best of what’s new in food, drink, travel, design and entertaining. FOOD & WINE has an extensive social media following on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. FOOD & WINE includes a monthly magazine in print and digital; a website, foodandwine.com; a books division; plus newsletters, clubs, events, dinnerware and cookware to a collective reach of over 29 million. At FOOD & WINE, we inspire and empower our wine- and food-obsessed community to eat, drink, entertain and travel better—every day and everywhere.

ABOUT TRAVEL + LEISURE
Travel + Leisure is the preeminent voice for the sophisticated traveler, serving up expert intelligence and the most immersive, inspiring travel lifestyle content anywhere. Travel + Leisure captures the joy of discovering the pleasures the world has to offer—from art and design to shopping and style to food and drink—and offers compelling reasons to get up and go. With a total global audience of more than 34 million, the Travel + Leisure portfolio includes the U.S. flagship and four international editions in China, India, Mexico, and Southeast Asia. The U.S. edition of T+L, which launched in 1971, is the only monthly consumer travel magazine in print in the U.S., has an authoritative website, TravelandLeisure.com, and an extensive social media following of more than 28 million. Travel + Leisure also encompasses newsletters and media collaborations.

ABOUT MEREDITH CORPORATION
Meredith Corporation has been committed to service journalism for more than 115 years. Meredith uses multiple distribution platforms—including broadcast television, print, digital, mobile and video—to provide consumers with content they desire and to deliver the messages of its advertising and marketing partners. Meredith’s National Media Group reaches more than 190 million unduplicated American consumers every month, including over 90 percent of U.S. millennial women. Meredith is the No. 1 magazine operator in the U.S. and owner of the largest premium content digital network for American consumers. Meredith’s Local Media Group includes 17 television stations, reaching 11 percent of U.S. households.

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Bielat Santore & Company: Is Banning Kids at Restaurants Bad For Business?


While many restaurants boast that they are “kid-friendly,” welcoming families with little ones, some restaurants do the opposite by enforcing age restrictions with their diners.


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Unless dining at a Chuck-E-Cheese or any eatery with a children’s play place attached to it, people generally wouldn’t expect their quiet evenings to be disrupted by screaming kids in the middle of the restaurant dining room. However, sometimes this does happen, leaving customers upset and rethinking next week’s dinner options. While many restaurants boast that they are “kid-friendly,” welcoming families with little ones, some restaurants do the opposite by enforcing age restrictions with their diners.

In 2011, Mike Vuick, owner of Pittsburgh-area restaurant, McDain’s, was on the side of the customers dining without children in tow when he banned kids under 6-years-old from eating at his restaurant. According to Eater, Vuick sympathized with guests who opted to leave their children at home with a babysitter so they could enjoy a hot restaurant meal, only to be interrupted by rowdy children at the next table. After several incidents involving youngsters running around the restaurant and almost knocking over servers carrying hot liquids, he decided to close the door to children all together.

Alexandria, Virginia restaurant, The Sushi Bar refrained from serving anyone under 18-years-old when they opened in 2013, on behalf of the parents who they say needed a night away. Reported by Today, the owner believed that parents deserved to dine out at a location forcing even their eldest children to stay home. A Monterey, California restaurant got some flak from angry customers with a sign that they had up for years. The sign at Old Fisherman’s Grotto prohibits strollers, high chairs, and booster chairs while clearly stating that crying children will not be tolerated in their dining room. And most recently, Tampa Bay craft beer bar & pizzeria, Hampton Station, stuck a sign on its doors excluding minors, expressing that their concerns are for the safety of the children due to their close proximity to a busy highway.

Are these harsh actions taken by restaurateurs towards children hurting their businesses? Not really. Although kids were outlawed from eating at McDain’s, the response Vuick received overall was supportive and overwhelmingly positive. Turns out, many guests enjoyed not having to worry about kids spoiling their dinner by banging into the back of their chairs mid slurp of their soup. Today, more small, intimate establishments are adopting the age restriction policy while larger eateries have more space to accommodate children.

Parents choose The Sushi Bar when they are looking for a night with less picky eaters at the table and more adult options on the menu – bringing home take-out meals for the kids makes everyone happy. As for the sign at the 70-year-old Old Fisherman’s Grotto, which is known for their quiet dining, it is meant as less of a taboo towards children and more as a warning to parents, stressing that children are welcome if they are well-behaved. And diners in Tampa Bay praised the Hampton Station for ensuring the safety of their customers by applauding them in Yelp reviews.

These aren’t the only restaurants refusing service to juveniles, others are just subtler in their approach. Many eateries support the policy but do not advertise it. Instead, they do not offer booster seats, high chairs or a children’s menu, hoping that parent’s get the hint.

Before arriving for a family night out, it is suggested to check with the eatery what their policy is about dining with kids. Otherwise, leave a babysitter on speed dial for the evenings when dining without the kids sounds like just what the doctor ordered.

About Bielat Santore & Company
Bielat Santore & Company is an established commercial real estate firm. The company’s expertise lies chiefly within the restaurant and hospitality industry, specializing in the sale of restaurants and other food and beverage real estate businesses. Since 1978, the principals of Bielat Santore & Company, Barry Bielat and Richard Santore, have sold more restaurants and similar type properties in New Jersey than any other real estate company. Furthermore, the firm has secured in excess of $500,000,000 in financing to facilitate these transactions. Visit the company’s website, http://www.123bsc.com for the latest in new listings, property searches, available land, market data, financing trends, RSS feeds, press releases and more.


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