Many readers ask us through the different digital channels what will happen to restaurants once the situation begins to normalize.
Companies in the hospitality sector make decisions in a scenario of relative certainty, which causes that in this sea of doubts and confusions in which we navigate, external solutions of all kinds appear.
Interesting analysis that under the title "The day after, What will it be like to go to a restaurant in the new normal?” narrates the different challenges facing the Spanish restaurant industry, with the collaboration of Diego Coquillat.
Restaurants are looking for alternatives for customers to come and enjoy their food with guarantees, showing films in the car parks as a drive-in cinema is one of them and it seems to be having a lot of success.
We review the first measures of lack of definition or deceleration that are being carried out in restaurants in other countries of the world.
The kitchen brand Cookplay presents a new collection of designer bowls for delivery and take away 100% biodegradable and compostable in sugar cane
La Mafia director and CEO sits at the table, Javier florist, offers us his valuable reflections on what is happening in the sector in the face of the difficult situation of the Coronavirus.
Nick Kokonas of the Alinea restaurant with three Michelin stars, reinvents fancy restaurants through an application so that they can carry out home delivery of food easily.
The Spanish chef José Andrés, who leads the nonprofit organization World Central Kitchen and helps…
ElTenedor has launched "Save Our Restaurants", an initiative that will allow restaurants to offer "prepaid vouchers" to stay afloat and have income for the duration of the closure of their establishments.
in EE. THE. Virtual tips are being used to financially support staff restaurants. While, in Mexico, bonds appear culinary.
American restaurants join in platforms is their defense against economic damage caused by coronavirus
Madrid restaurants are organized in Food 4 heroes and other government initiatives to give their full support to the population of the city.
New exclusive channel information and free access for everyone in diegocoquillat.com to track the impact of the crisis in the sector Coronavirus.
Coronavirus crisis reaches Spain and puts our economic fabric upside down. Here are the most important keys to restaurants.
Google partners with Olo, a web online ordering for restaurants, to provide a button native Google Maps order, Google Assist y Google Search.