No, the “burger boom” still isn’t over. It remains vital and appealing to both consumers and entrepreneurs. Burgers are culinary survivors: They can adapt no matter where mainstream tastes flow. If Peruvian-Korean fusion cuisine or heirloom tomatoes are what strike diners’ fancies, burgers can handle them.
Victory Burger’s Kimchi/Mayo Burger: Fresh toppings, house-made sauces [...]
Every restaurant chain is struggling to redefine value a consumers cut back on away-from-home dining. BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse’s definition includes introduction next month of a new line of BJ’s Brewhouse Burgers as part of a streamlined menu.
The Huntington Beach, Calif.-based casual-dining chain announced a 2.2% decline in same-store sales for its Q3 ended [...]
Pal’s Sudden Service is almost unknown nationally but loved with cult-like ardor in its Tennessee/Virginia territory. Its 23 funky, boxy double-drive-thru restaurants tell you that Pal’s isn’t like other QSRs, which has been a point of pride since Pal Barger founded it in 1956. The Kingsport, Tenn.-based chain’s menu is limited to a few [...]
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Traditionally, the year closes with a roundup of burger chains worth watching in the [...]
Hardee’s shifts the QSR marketplace’s focus back to breakfast and back to budget pricing with next week’s introduction of a new Hardee Breakfast Platter (yep, no apostrophe-s on the name here).
Rather than add just an item, Hardee’s put together a meal that has a scratch-made buttermilk biscuit with a bowl of sausage gravy, one [...]