McDonald’s Corporation has announced the modernization of more than 1,000 stores in the United States. Company President and CEO Steve Easterbrook told shareholders on a recent earnings call of going forward “with the most significant transformation ever undertaken.”
South Africa Travel: Cape Town is a goldmine for vegan diners
Looking for a vegan-friendly holiday? You might not have thought of South Africa – where steak, fish and sausage are some of the nation’s favoured foods. However, if you’ve always been interested in going on a safari, wandering through hidden jungles or simply exploring the local culture, you can. It may seem intimidating at first, but depending on where you stay it can be a breeze. Cape Town in particular is home to quite a lot of vegan and vegetarian friendly places, meaning should you choose to stay in a Cape Town villa, hostel or hotel you’ll have plenty of choice.
To The Table EMEA 2014 Serving in Berlin This Week
Coming up this week the To The Table EMEA 2014 B2B forum food and beverage event takes place at the Ritz-Carlton in Berlin. Starting on the 15th and ending 18 May, this exclusive gathering of decision makers in the industry is one of the year’s key events.
Best Chicago Eats for Any Budget
Rather spend your money on sightseeing and shopping than fancy restaurants? You can still taste the best of Chicago without spending a bundle or resorting to fast food. Even college kids stay within their budget while bypassing Subway and tiny greasy burgers. Visiting Chicago to taste what the best chefs have to offer? If money is no object, you can’t miss restaurant row during your trip.
Hilton Engages Restaurateurs for Concepts
News from Hilton Worldwide tells of the company’s plans to have under their brand some 500 new restaurants worldwide in the next three years. The launch of HiltonRestaurantConcepts.com is designed to integrate partner restaurants into the Hilton family, and vice-versa bolster Hilton’s value.
Zagat: Defining Move of Google’s Travel Strategy
The highly anticipated New York City restaurant guides are out now. A story about his by Garth Johnston of the gothamist not only drew my attention, but made me put on my thinking cap too. Google’s movements into travel, the changing framework of online travel, and the real value of credability seem to be boiling to the surface of the online business soup. Zagat, the online restaurant guides slash data company, offers interesting value.
Good: Ness Takes on Restaurant Suggestion
TripAdvisor brought you reviews to help you make decisions about travel, Nileguide added depth of information, Stay.com added custom guides, now Ness is adding the personal touch. It seems the search for highly relevant search is not over yet, at least not in travel. Ness Search – Job One: Restaurants Ness Computing seems to have made good […]