California Tortilla's new Ramen Burrito is on trend. Other menu updates across the fast casual industry: bd's Mongolian Grill adds local, seasonal produce to its market area; Pieology adds Alfredo Sauce and Whole Wheat Crust; new smoothies debut for Bananas and Jamba Juice; The Habit brings back Sesame Chicken and Almond Salad.
Customers can build their own bowl or choose menu items, with prices ranging from $6.99 to $8.99.
Asian Box Holdings Inc. has announced that it has closed on an investment from the Horowitz Group.
Bibigo's corporate chef is offering tips for infusing traditional holiday fare with Korean flavor using the brand's retail line of products.
HealthyDiningFinder.com has added Perrysburg, Ohio's Blue Pacific Grill to its lists of partners. Healthy Dining's nutrition criteria emphasizes lean protein, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and unsaturated fats. "Maintaining a healthy diet is important, not just for our waistlines but for...
The new restaurant represents Concessions International's second Genghis location and the franchise's second Dallas airport location.
Korilla BBQ, which got its start as a food truck, also plans to launch three additional stores in the Upper East Side, Financial District, and Brooklyn.
The latest Lee's Sandwiches has a full bread baking equipment line and the capacity to serve additional stores when they open.
Chefs compete to get their items featured on the Black Market Menu, which often leads to a spot on the brand's core menu.
Panda Express is seeking to expand into Delaware with free-standing corporate-owned stores.
Panda Express is launching an online group ordering platform that allows multiple people to order from separate devices.
Yum! Brands continues to experiment with the fast casual segment with its latest concept called Banh Shop, located in Dallas.The restaurant joins the company’s Super Chix concept, also in Dallas, the U.S. Taco Co.
ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen opens the doors to its newest location in Columbia, Md.
Consumers are developing a taste for fermented foods like kimchi, craft pickles and fish sauce, according to the newest Culinary Trend Tracking Series (CuTTS) from Packaged Facts.
How Do You Roll? announced the signing of franchise deals in Chicago and New York.