RTDs are more popular with consumers. Operators may be able to leverage their growth—along with that of tequila—to generate more revenue.
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The NRA published an updated version of their Restaurant Industry Blueprint for Revival, providing a path forward for Congressional support.
Two of the most popular third-party delivery services have identified the most popular orders of the first half of 2020.
New restrictions and closures show the need for Congress to pass the RESTAURANTS Act, and for state lawmakers to redefine restaurants, bars and entertainment venues.
For 30 minutes, Hendrick’s and 18.21 Bitters gave us a reprieve from the pandemic and politics
Prime Day would’ve been this week but it’s delayed due to COVID-19. There are still deals to be had, however.
New wine brand created by Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power intends to set the standard in wine production transparency.
Follow the links below to read the posts that grabbed the attention of the Hospitality Villains this week.
A major distillery reopened today, while another is offering free 360-degree virtual tours.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell hints at second round of stimulus payments and mentions hospitality industry.
All-stock deal could better position both platforms among third-party delivery services.
This week the Villains are sharing their favorite barbecue-centric food blogs for (responsible) July 4th celebrations.
Senate extended the PPP with a unanimous vote just hours before it was set to expire.
Governor Newsom issued an order prohibiting indoor dining, along with several other indoor activities.
These new products elevate the soda and RTD space.