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Barbecue Times opens in Mississauga

MISSISSAUGA — When Vik Bansal and Anuj Batra began developing their first restaurant, they wanted to ensure their concept was unique. While they knew they wanted to open a buffet restaurant, they researched ways to add a new twist to all-you-can-eat. “

There's too many “managers” in the kitchen

Unfortunately, as is often the case, the law does not necessarily reflect business realities. It is true that in many jurisdictions in Canada, managers may be exempt from overtime and other statutory restrictions regarding hours of work. For example, the

Arby’s is thinkin' Canada

CALGARY — Arby’s has signed new development agreements to open 10 new restaurants in Western Canada. Calgary will be home to five of the new Arby’s locations, while four of the new restaurants will open in Vancouver and one new unit will open in Edm

Report: Windy City servers win the most tips

Chicago is known for many things: hearty deep-dish pizza, great blues music, and the longest World Series drought in Major League Baseball (sorry, Cubs fans). Now you can add another title to that list —generous tippers. Data pulled by payments comp

Calif. county debates color-coded ratings system

For years, Orange County has been the contrarian while its neighbors have used distinctive and easy-to-spot letter grades to alert would-be diners what to expect when they swing open the door to a restaurant. Now, Orange County is studying whether it

Restaurants, retailers feed growing demand for local produce

Locally grown produce has become common in retail and restaurants. Farmers are touted by name and region. It’s part of a strategy to respond to consumers who want to know more about their food – where it comes from and who is growing it. That interest

List of James Beard finalists is heavy with repeat nominees

Chefs Curtis Duffy and Marc Vetri are big winners in this year’s list of finalists for the James Beard Foundation Restaurant andChef Awards. A full 60 percent of chefs, restaurants and restaurateurs who received nominations were also nominated in 2013,

Low lobster prices mean more options for diners

Lobster, long considered a luxury, is becoming a little more ordinary. Soaring supply and falling prices for whole live lobster, along with new food trends, are changing how people eat the crustacean—perhaps for the long term. Sandwich shop Quiznos, lik

Flavor and fun are keys to healthful kids’ meal success

As demand for healthful kids’ meals at restaurants grows, restaurateurs need to make sure those foods are also flavorful, fun and interesting, the National Restaurant Association’s vice president of industry relations and food policy said. “Healthfu

Can a deli chain expand nationally and still keep kosher?

On a recent Wednesday during lunchtime, Ben's restaurant on West 38th Street was packed with tourists and locals devouring the eatery's traditional kosher dishes such as hot corned beef, braised brisket, beef tongue and matzo-ball soup. But tucked away in

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