Monthly Archives: May 2021

Nathan’s Famous relaunches classic fast food chain

[ad_1] (NEXSTAR) – Fancy a little nostalgia? Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips, a quick-service restaurant chain that once had more than 800 establishments across the country, is being revived as part of a virtual restaurant concept run by Nathan’s Famous. In bringing the brand back, Nathan’s Famous initially plans to …

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Fans of premium restaurant chain Steak 48 react to new minimum spending and dress code

[ad_1] Arizona-based upscale restaurant chain Steak 48 is under fire for its dress code and a minimum of $ 100 per person after photos of the restaurant’s location rules in Philadelphia began circulating on Twitter on Tuesday. Criticisms of the policies are circulating on social media, and people are unhappy …

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Barix chosen as Sonic brand partner for Swedish restaurant chain – rAVe [PUBS]

[ad_1] Brodernas, one of Sweden’s fastest growing restaurant chains, found their sonic brand partner in Music in Brands. The Stockholm-based provider offers personalized background music services to retail, hospitality, fitness and healthcare businesses across Europe. Personalized channels are programmed and broadcast live to nearly 30 Brodernas restaurants across Sweden using …

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Restaurant manager ordered to pay $546,000 to black man he enslaved for five years

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ordered a white South Carolina restaurant manager to pay $546,000 in restitution to a black man with a developmental disability after forcing him to work in a a restaurant under his management for five years without pay. The recent ruling …

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Court finds man enslaved by SC restaurant manager owed more than $ 500,000 in damages

[ad_1] CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – An appeals court has ruled that a man with a developmental disability who was forced to work more than 100 hours a week at a Conway restaurant without pay owes more than $ 500,000 in restitution. In 2019, Bobby Edwards, the manager of the J&J …

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