Lisa Jennings

West Coast Bureau Chief,
Nation's Restaurant News

From the Los Angeles office, Lisa Jennings covers marketing and companies based in the West, including California, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Alaska and Hawaii. She also covers restaurant operators in California for sister publication Restaurant Hospitality.

Reach Lisa at or 818.728.9008.

Illegal Pete's Tucson
Illegal Pete’s faces petition, boycott calling for name change 1
Arizona student groups say use of "illegal" is demeaning
Analysts mixed on impact of Chipotle E. coli outbreak 1
Chain posts list of restaurants implicated
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Chipotle E. coli outbreak includes three new states
CDC testing reduces count of consumers sickened by outbreak
Tender Greens promotes Lina O’Connor to CFO role
Former finance director was key to Union Square Hospitality Group deal
Luna Grill prepares to ramp up growth with new prototype
New design aims for more premium fast-casual Mediterranean niche
Taco Bell's original restaurant, Numero Uno
Taco Bell to save original restaurant from wrecking ball 1
Restaurant Numero Uno will be trucked to chain headquarters
Pizza Studio receives strategic investment led by Thompson Hospitality
Deal to open door for growth in nontraditional locations
Dunkin’ Donuts to begin mobile ordering, payment test
Chain will also begin offering delivery with DoorDash in Dallas
Modmarket to change name to Modern Market
Change marks settlement of trademark dispute with MOD Pizza
Jack in the Box 4Q profit rises 43%
Executives say performance capped “a terrific year”
Fast casual taps sales opportunity with self-service beer 6
New technology lets customers be their own bartender
Urban Outfitters store
Urban Outfitters to acquire most of Vetri Restaurants
Company aims to grow Pizzeria Vetri concept
Taco Bell logo
Taco Bell to switch to only cage-free eggs by end of 2016 2
Chain is on schedule to remove artificial ingredients
Popeyes 3Q same-store sales rise 6%
Company upgrades outlook for year
In-N-Out Burger logo
In-N-Out sues DoorDash for delivery without permission
Burger chain cites concerns about control, food safety

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