Restaurant Development & Design

MAR-APR 2018.

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Columns 6 Publisher's Letter Wok and Roll 8 Editor's Letter Catch Me Outside 26 Peer to Peer A Q&A with with Nick Reader, CEO and Co-Founder of PDQ. M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 1 CONTENTS 34 Once Upon a Restaurant Every restaurant tells a story. Its design not only establishes the setting but also brings guests right inside to experience the owner's chosen narra- tive in multisensory ways. For design- ers, getting to the crux of that story to the essence of the owner's vision for the concept is job No. 1. By Dana Tanyeri 42 Heeding the Fast- Casual Call Increasingly, brands are spinning off their traditional units for fast-casual cousins that capitalize on this hot mar- ket segment. Here's how several brands have crossed over and found success. By Toby Weber 50 The IIDA Global Excellence Awards Two restaurant designs took home pres- tigious IIDA Global Excellence Awards. By The Editors VOLUME 6, NO 2 MARCH/APRIL 2018 Features On the Front Cover Firebirds, Charlotte, N.C. Image courtesy of Deremer Studios 80 34 28 Consultant's Take Take Charge of Technology When it comes to integrating new technologies like self-checkouts, self-serve ordering kiosks, advanced equipment controls, highly integrated POS platforms and other software meant to enhance operations, many restaurants have had to figure things out on their own. 80 A World View 1Q1 offers Japanese and Peruvian cuisine in an art deco building in Bangalore, India.

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