Backlog of 7 billion paper tickets had built up in supply chain since COVID-19 closures, parent CEC Entertainment says in bankruptcy filings
From the 25% capacity restrictions to filtration and contact tracing requirements, New York City restaurants have a lot to figure out before reopening on Sept. 30 in the next stage of COVID-19 guidance
CEO Brian Niccol says chain is building on digital successes; next up: tweaking delivery prices, carne asada comeback, more Chipotlanes.
September sales show huge gains compared to peak pandemic downturn; casual-dining brand credits speedy recovery to frequent visits from core guests.
The chef and owner advises being realistic about business plans
OpenTable waives fees through March 2021; Uber Eats adds contactless ordering/payment for dine-in customers.
Most of the permanent layoffs occurred in locations that are temporarily closed in Michigan, Oregon, Louisiana, and North Carolina