Yesterday, December 19, Jack in the Box Inc. reported that it had inked a definitive agreement to sell its fast-casual Mexican food chain, Qdoba, to Apollo Global Management LLC for $305 million in cash. The deal is expected to close by April 2018.
To get bigger, The Wendy’s Co. is getting smaller. The Dublin, Ohio-based burger chain wants to add another 1,000 locations by 2020, executives told investors on Thursday. One strategy the company plans to use to encourage that growth is a new, more flexible design that will enable Wendy’s to go into smaller spaces.
Cameron Village's CHOPT, a creative fast-casual salad company, is helping Raleigh residents maintain their new year's resolutions and stay on track by offering local, nutritious ingredients at affordable prices with plenty of taste and variety.
Food trucks, pop-up eateries and food halls have dominated the urban dining lifestyle over the years. Now, Irvine-based Taco Bell is adding its own spin to the alternative building movement with a restaurant made from shipping containers.
The world’s biggest burger-and-fries chain just opened a new location in France, and it serves neither of those things. Paris’s newest McCafe instead serves club sandwiches, salads, soup, and other typical cafe fare, reports Le Figaro, with nary a McNugget in sight.
The pioneers of the "fast-casual" restaurant world—including Shake Shack and Chipotle—still lack one staple ingredient of the classic fast-food dining experience: A drive-thru window. Enter Salad and Go, a restaurant chain based in Arizona that is selling healthy meals for less than $6 from a traditional drive-thru window.
Pizza Hut wants you to play with your food. Or at least, the box it comes in. The restaurant just unveiled the "world's first playable DJ pizza box" that turns the folding cardboard container into a complete turntable setup, including two decks, volume sliders, pitch controls and a crossfader.