restaurant law Archives

The Reusable Revolution When you consider the statistics regarding plastic waste in the world’s oceans, where it’s often broken down and consumed by wildlife, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer amount of plastic used and discarded on a regular basis. Eight million tons… Read More >

All the Kitchen’s a Stage In the restaurant world, a stage isn’t a raised platform, but it does involve a performance, of a sort. In fine dining kitchens, stage is pronounced “staahj,” based on the French stagiaire which means trainee or intern. Stages, which are… Read More >

Not-So-Healthy Competition When you sign to close the deal on the purchase of your restaurant, what’s to stop the seller from using the money he just earned to open a competing concept across the street, leveraging the years of experience he garnered running the establishment… Read More >