This Week in Restaurant News: Beard Nominees, Serving Up Politics, Lucky Peach to Fold

Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week?

The 2017 James Beard Award Nominees — James Beard Foundation

Chefs Struggle Over Whether to Serve Up Politics The New York Times

Confirmed: ‘Lucky Peach’ Is Definitely Closing — Eater

How Founding Farmers Became The Most Booked Restaurant In The U.S. For 5 Years RunningForbes

Women in Business Q&A: Christa Quarles, Chief Executive Officer, OpenTable — Huffington Post

Running a Restaurant Is Not a Piece of Cake — Medill Reports Chicago

15 Dishes That Came Straight from the Chef’s ChildhoodBon Appetit

10 things you need to know before starting a restaurant remodel

10 things you need to know before starting a restaurant remodel

If your restaurant has been open for 10 years and business is good, that’s something to celebrate. But at some...
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How to Raise Funds for Your Restaurant

How to Raise Funds for Your Restaurant

Few aspiring restaurateurs have the cash on hand to get their dream off the ground. That’s where investors come in....
Alison Arth
Hospitality in real life: How to make every guest feel like a VIP

Hospitality in real life: How to make every guest feel like a VIP

We all know that hospitality is the key to success in the restaurant industry—not just getting butts in seats, but...
Olivia Terenzio
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How The Anchovy Bar creates unique experiences through chef, brewery, and winery collaborations

How The Anchovy Bar creates unique experiences through chef, brewery, and winery collaborations

Born from the team behind State Bird Provisions and The Progress, The Anchovy Bar stands out for its focus on...
Joy Manning
How Uni Restaurant in Boston is stepping into the future with OpenTable

How Uni Restaurant in Boston is stepping into the future with OpenTable

With varying degrees of caution, people have returned to restaurants. Many vaccinated diners feel more at ease meeting for dinner...
Joy Manning