Five FAQs About Music Licensing for Restaurants

Adding tunes has numerous upsides, but if licensed improperly — or not at all, legal danger awaits.

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Restaurant Opening Master Checklist

While opening a new restaurant is exciting it can also be very stressful. Making sure that you have all your 'i's dotted and your 't's crossed before the big day can feel overwhelming.

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2016 Fast Casual Top 100

FastCasual’s annual list of the industry’s most significant brands and executives.

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The beat goes on: Music can make or break customer experience

Diverse playlists, volume key factors in guests' intent to return to a restaurant.

Restaurants look to play a new song

As dining options increase, yesterday's music model is undergoing a revolution of sight and sound.

NRA to showcase top industry trends

Building, kitchen design and more create exhibit hall of more than 2,100 booths.

FS/Tec, NAFEM to hold co-located event

Foodservice technology and equipment come together Oct. 10-13 in Atlanta.

Green trends take root at Mid-Atlantic Expo

Energy efficiency, green products highlight of show.

Restaurants tune in, turn up

Operators keep their ears open to brand reinforcement.

Fast casuals go decaf on music kiosks

A casualty of the iPod revolution, download stations are fighting for their right to party.

2006 restaurant show wraps up

The 2006 National Restaurant Hotel & Motel Show offered big-time speakers and trendsetting technologies. Even if you attended, you probably didn't see everything.   

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