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McDonald's Corp. Canada is facing investigation after a foreign worker from Belize went public with his story of "modern day slavery."
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Americans love to eat out, preferably several times a week, according to the Nation's Restaurant News, a publication for the restaurant industry.
In a story April 17 about restaurant sales, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the average sales in a Starbucks location in 2013 was $13.1 million.
According to a story in the Washington City Paper, D.C. has an epidemic of sex in restaurant bathrooms .
Sonic now has about 3,500 drive-ins in 44 states. Sonic's chief development and strategy officer John Budd says the company has a goal to expand into all 50 states.
A restaurant owner who allegedly paid to have a 9-year-old girl smuggled into the country from El Salvador, then forced the child to work at her restaurant and in her home, pleaded not guilty today to one felony count each of human trafficking and slavery, as did her live-in boyfriend.
Three days later, it still seemed like a dream. Ellen DeGeneres yelling for him - Derrick Walton, c'mon down.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland has said the ban of alcohol sales on Good Friday is unacceptable at a busy time for the tourism, restaurant and hospitality sector.
In Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich's vision of the future, every restaurant could have "a different menu for every person."
The new owners - all St. Paulites - will combine the old with the new in a reboot of the venerable Lexington Restaurant.
When a fire hydrant crashed through the window of a Rhode Island restaurant managers said for the first time they were glad they had no customers.
Cafe owner Toni Falconi, his sister Antonia Asconi, Councillor Anne Hawkesworth and Francesca Falconi, daughter of Mr Falconi, last year Plans to extend a snack kiosk by the Cow and Calf Rocks landmark and create an indoor seating area for visitors have been turned down by district planners.
Here's a switch: The bankers are all of a sudden doing worse than the butchers, the bakers, and the candlestick makers.
DENVER - Mexican food chain Chipotle's first-quarter net income rose 8 percent as higher costs offset a sales surge as more customers bought its burritos and other fare.
A Meopham restaurant owner says he would "rather pay the mafia" than fork out for increased business rates which he says are threatening his business.
ANYONE can have a bad day or a period in their life that is best described as reaching rock bottom and sometimes, it just needs a little encouragement to help them through.