The battle for boneless rib sandwich supremacy is on. This summer, Burger King menus will feature the BK Rib, a pork sandwich slathered in tangy barbecue sauce that may sound very familiar to loyal fans of the McDonald’s McRib.
Burgers, pizza, and a wide range of groceries are on the menu for consumers who are too busy, or just too lazy, to make a food run—or even bother picking up the phone.
One national restaurant chain realizes that overburdening its employees hurts sales, as well as the company brand. Will more businesses follow its lead?
A new Pew survey has it that one-third of Americans actually like doing their taxes. Perhaps more surprisingly, the prospect of free cinnabons and free curly fries on Tax Day has nothing to do with it.
You’re not crazy. The words premium and snack really are popping up on chain-restaurant menus everywhere. Crazy is making some appearances too.
How’s this for an “edgy” new ad: In a poster displayed on a subway, a woman is shown bowing her head and holding a hand over her face in shame. Next to her are the words “You’re Not Alone. Millions of people love the Big Mac.”
In the fast food world, the “limited-time offer” is a remarkably powerful thing. Why?
McDonald’s and Carl’s Jr. are among the big fast food chains casting out new fish items as a way to reel in customers—especially during Lent, when many diners cut back on meat.
This Valentine's Day, you can serve your sweetie a heart-shaped donut for breakfast, follow it up with heart-shaped pizza for lunch, then a heart-shaped pretzel mid-afternoon snack, and finally a heart-shaped steak for dinner. …
Naturally, restaurants launch some of their most tempting deals of the year in January, making it extra difficult to keep resolutions.
As food prices rise, the cost of dining out inevitably inches up as well, right? Well, maybe not.