Outdoor dining has become a popular option as some states have made enough progress with the pandemic to lift certain restrictions on bars and restaurants.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed practically every aspect of life. Priorities have shifted and customers have new needs and expectations that reflect the current environment.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wear on, restaurants are increasingly relying on drive-thru and pickup services to continue to serve customers, implement safety best practices and earn revenue.
The restaurant industry has been hit especially hard by shelter in place orders and other restrictions that are designed to encourage social distancing and reduce the spread of the virus.
As a result of strict new limitations and restrictions due to COVID-19, restaurant menu design is evolving rapidly so that restaurants can continue to provide decent service.
In response to COVID-19 safety concerns, restaurants are using QR codes and restaurant menu software technology to replace traditional reusable menus and avoid having to print out disposable menus that are both costly and wasteful.
As restaurants look for ways to reopen with public health and safety as their priority, new restaurant technology solutions are gaining popularity.
Since COVID-19 hit the United States, restaurants and bars have been hit hard with closures.
CompanyToast quickly turned into an international undertaking. Since its launch in April, the program has created temporary jobs for nearly 300 bartenders nationwide, a $150,000 payout.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many employees to work from home. This can be a real adjustment if you are used to the routine of going to the office everyday.