[Boston.com] Guardian columnist thinks Boston eats too many bowls. Do we?

If you’re visiting Boston for its food, you’re most likely eating the city’s delicious seafood, staying warm with clam chowder, grabbing a cannoli for dessert in the North End. But are you buried in bowls? The city was visited by a European guest recently who then shared her experience in an opinion piece for The Guardian. Writer Emma […]

[BU Today] Is Today’s Minimum Wage an Honest Living Wage?

School of Hospitality Administration speaker series on Wednesday to address minimum wages, tipping, hospitality industry challenges At $15 an hour, the minimum wage in Massachusetts is one of the highest in the nation, trailing only New York, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., the state of Washington, and California. The minimum wage still languishes in the single digits […]

[FoxNews] Chef Instructor Rico DiFronzo Participates in Live Super Bowl Cook-Off

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration’s Chef Instructor Rico DiFronzo – who is also the Executive Chef at the Union Oyster House – participated in a live Super Bowl cook-off on Fox & Friends. Will the winner be clam chowder, or Philly cheese steaks? Watch below, or at this link:   Watch the latest video […]

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[Knowledge@Wharton] Chris Muller Talks Restaurants in Grocery Stores

What’s a groceraunt? Full-service restaurants in grocery stores. On September 14, 2017, Dr. Christopher Muller, Professor of the Practice, spoke with Knowledge@Wharton about the new trend coming to grocery stores in the United States. Read more & listen to the full episode of Knowledge@Wharton on the Business Radio on Sirius XM station.

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May Chow (SHA ’07) Voted Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017

Our very own @littlebaomay is officially Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Best Female Chef of 2017! We cannot be more proud! #Asias50Best #LittleBao A photo posted by Littlebaohk (@littlebaohk) on Dec 13, 2016 at 2:29am PST Today it was announced that May Chow (SHA ’07) was voted Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017. The award is presented […]

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Professor’s Muller & Lanz Comment on Chipotle’s Heavy Promotion Month

Starting today, Chipotle is offering three simultaneous promotions in an effort to gain back loyalty from customers prior to it’s 2015 E. coli outbreaks. Will a heavy schedule of promotions be enough to win back customers? BU School of Hospitality Administration professors Christopher Muller and Leora Lanz discuss the strategy’s pro’s and con’s with Forbes.com. “The college students are on […]

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Dr. Szende Shares Top Habits Waiters Should Avoid

Dr. Peter Szende, associate dean of academic affairs, spoke with NCR about the top 17 habits that all waiters should avoid whether they’re serving at a diner of fine-dining restaurant. “A lot of it comes down to having systems in place and taking the time to train servers to use those systems,” Szende explained. Make your standards […]

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