Chew on this: Wine prices rise in restaurants

Chew on this: Wine prices rise in restaurants

The price of wine served at restaurants has climbed over the past six months. Restaurant jobs are at issue in proposed immigration legislation. Healthful limited-service concepts are becoming more popular. Chef Eric Ripert discusses the state of fine dining. And marketers can target digitally savvy Hispanic consumers online and via mobile.

Wine prices rise. The price of wine by the glass has climbed steadily over the last six months, a study finds. (The Stew/Chicago Tribune)

Restaurant jobs at issue in immigration legislation. A proposal would offer guest-worker status to some who entered U.S. without permission. (Chicago Tribune)

Healthful fast food more popular. Better-for-you chains, while still only a tiny part of the restaurant universe, are getting ready to take off. (Business Insider)

Eric Ripert on fine dining. Ripert has been chef at New York City's three-Michelin-starred Le Bernardin for 20 years. (PG Plate)

Hispanics are most digitally savvy demographic. Hispanic consumers are a marketer's dream: digitally savvy, young and socially connected. (Ad Week)

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