Tag: Restaurants

5 Steps to do Social Media Right

Using Instagram, Facebook or Twitter to grow your restaurant business By Bora Kang With more than 79% of the US population now using Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 1 and users projected to increase to 257 million by 2023, restaurants can no longer afford not…

Good Branding Is Good Business

Your brand is your bond! It is easy to focus on and get caught up with your product or service because it is the deliverable; the tangible asset you deliver to your customer. But what about your intangible asset… your brand? The value of…

5 Ways to Prep Your Kitchen for Summer Weather

Repairs can be a huge (and unnecessary) weight on restaurant operators’ shoulders, distracting them from what matters most – providing their guests with a great experience. Whether you’re an owner, director of operations, or general manager, spending time on repairs and maintenance means you…

Restaurants That Go Cashless: Pros and Cons

For many of us, it’s hard to remember the last time we paid for a meal using cash. We are slowly but surely moving towards a cashless society. This is evident in the way we make routine dining purchases. Research by TSYS reveals that…

2019 Restaurant Trend Report

Each new year brings new trends. In the Food Service industry, 2019 is bringing in its own wave of fresh trends! The desire for convenience and the popularity of fast-casual dining remains important to diners in this new year. Time is an asset that…

Safety and Security Tips for Your Restaurant

As the days grow shorter and the holidays approach, safety risks increase. Maintaining restaurant security and safety is a constant concern for owners and managers. Restaurateurs must continually strive for the security and safety of not only the products, but most importantly the employees…

Restaurant Staff Recruiting in 2018

Finding restaurant workers today is one of the biggest challenges for restaurateurs By Colin Kopel, Operations Consultant, Goliath Consulting Group How long have you been staring at the door to your restaurant for the perfect server, line-cook, manager or, even dishwasher, to strut in,…

UNIQUE DIETS: ACCOMMODATING GUESTS AND THE BIG 8 FOOD ALLERGENS IN RESTAURANTS

“Excuse me, do you have any gluten free options?” “Is this salad dressing vegan friendly?” There once was a time where servers and chefs would snicker in private kitchen corners when they heard questions like these. That was then. Now there are an estimated…

It’s Time for a Tune-up

Summer is just around the corner. It’s time to break out the patio furniture and put the heaters away in storage. With the warmer temperatures approaching, every savvy restaurateur knows to retrieve their end of spring checklist to guarantee this season is as smooth…

Food Halls Are Back on the Scene and Rising

In other parts of the world, food halls are quite common, particularly in Europe. London likes to take credit for being the first to introduce the food hall experience. Soon, they could be found all over Asia. Now, we see more food halls pop…

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