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Video: NFL's Rob Gronkowski takes on brothers, firefighter in Super Bowl of hot wings

Buffalo Wild Wings has created a video so fans can watch the wing-eating competition between New England Patriots tight end, Rob Gronkowski, his two brothers (Chris and Dan) and one super fan, who is a firefighter.

Researcher: Loyalty platforms a must for millennials

Though monetary value is crucial, millennials can incentivized to maintain loyalty participation through other means.

Lobster clawing its way onto fast casual menus

Lobster is quickly clawing its way onto limited-service menus as its appearance has doubled over the past 12 months.

Photo Gallery: Super Chix hatches a new look

Super Chix hopes its redesign will reinforce its positioning as the "classed-up chicken joint."

New wing concept taking flight in fast casual market

Hurricane Grill & Wings, a beach-themed full service restaurant franchise, is opening its first fast casual concept, Hurricane BTW.

Year in review: Top 10 headlines of 2015

In no particular order, here are 10 headlines that received the most attention from our readers.

Now trending: Restaurants will continue to make 'cage-free egg' pledges in 2016

Restaurants serving cage-free eggs turned out to be one of this year’s top trends, and it will also be a popular move in the coming year.

How 3 restaurants tackled holiday hiring

Execs of Doc Popcorn, Kono Pizza and Maui Wowi share their strategies when it comes to hiring seasonal help.

Saying no to digital: Why haven't all restaurateurs embraced new POS systems?

A new study looks at why many restaurants haven't implemented a digital POS system.

Inescapable ingredients (Part 3): Egging on the egg

This is part 3 of a series exploring how chefs are using common ingredients to innovate menus.

Inescapable ingredients (Part 2): Keeping steak on the menu despite high beef prices

Part 2 of our series, which explores how chefs are using common ingredients to innovate menus, focuses on how restaurateurs are keeping steak on the menu despite higher beef prices. .

Fast Casual's top execs revealed

This year's Top 25 list turned into the Top 26 after judges couldn't bring themselves to make a final cut.

Inescapable ingredients (Part 1): How the spud is innovating on traditional menu favorites

Part 1 of a multi-part series explores how and why potatoes are no longer known as only a base for French fries.

Muscle Maker Grill founder is 'serious as a heart attack' about winning US presidency

Muscle Maker Grill’s founder, Rod Silva, has entered into the 2016 U.S. presidential race, hoping that his passion to help Americans become healthy will resonate with voters.

Why Chipotle will bounce back from E. coli scare

After closing 43 restaurants in an effort to defuse the health scare caused by the recent E. coli outbreak, Chipotle is doing a deep cleaning of the locations and has hired two food safety consulting firms to help it assess and improve food safety.

Top 3 non-pumpkin trends of the season

FastCasual.com talks with food experts and restaurant operators to find out three of this season's top-trending menu items.

CEO: Why we sold 40 percent of Smashburger to Asia-based restaurant company

While the latest trend in fast casual business operations seems to be leaning toward taking a company public, Denver’s Smashburger has gone another route. It reported today that it sold 40 percent of the company to Jollibee Foods Corporation.

Are you following the 12 dos and don'ts of restaurant financing?

Although there is no secret recipe for raising funds to open a business, there are some practices that should always be followed and even more to avoid.

1 on 1 with Wingstop CEO: Why IPO was the way to go

While going public seems like a trendy move for fast casuals these days, CEO Charlie Morrison didn’t take the decision lightly when deciding to take Wingstop public earlier this year

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