Professional Restaurant Guides From Industry Experts
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By embracing change, showing compassion to their communities, and prioritizing the safety of their staff, restaurateurs showed how pivots can give way to major innovations in 2021. Here are the qualities and strategies these restaurateurs believe played a large role in their successes:
As the road to recovery stretches longer and longer, restaurant owners are naturally looking for creative ways to cut costs. Unnecessary food waste is one way to go, but labor costs are often a big cost driver that’s worth exploring as well. Here's how to save big on labor costs this year.
When your priority is to get more feet in the door and more dishes out, keeping track of your food costs is another headache you can go without. Here's a calculator and a guide on who to effectively calculate food costs for your restaurant.
Optimizing your restaurant’s website for “near me” searches is a pivotal way to reach and acquire new customers in your area. Learn step-by-step how "near me" searches work, how to optimize your Google My Business Profile, and improve your listing's visibility.
How should you keep track of inventory waste in your restaurant? You need to figure out where your waste is coming from, diligently maintain waste sheets, calculate your inventory turnover ratio, and create schedules for inventory checks.
Tracking your bar’s inventory is a tedious process, whether you’re just opening your doors or you’ve been at it for years. We put together a guide on everything you need to know about managing your bar’s inventory, from keg scales to software solutions.
The winter holidays can be a boon for your restaurant...if you plan ahead intelligently. A little advanced planning, and repeatable processes can go a long way to ensuring that you never have food inventory shortages during the Holidays.