Professional Restaurant Guides From Industry Experts
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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.
Restaurant accounting is a complex process with many moving parts measured against industry standards. Let’s go over the steps you need to take to set up your restaurant accounting, as well as helpful software solutions that will make this job easier
Calculating your break-even point is a key figure in the operations of your restaurant and refers to the amount of revenue required to cover the total fixed and variable expenses accrued during a particular time period. Here’s everything you need to know about conducting a restaurant break-even analysis!
Preventative and proactive maintenance is an integral piece of keeping your back-of-house safe, clean, and efficient. When enacting a preventive maintenance program, it's useful to know what equipment has the highest maintenance needs to keep your company performing at its best. Here's how...
While inventory management isn’t the most exciting part of running a restaurant, it’s a vital part of operating a sustainable and profitable venture. Here are the most helpful tools, systems, and tips for beginner restaurateurs to ease some of the pain.
Running a restaurant is no easy feat. Staying on top of all your costs and revenue is a daunting task if you manage one location (let alone multiple). From staff scheduling to ordering the right amount of inventory, the behind the scenes of a restaurant is chaotic at best. Here's how to manage the chaos.
It's not your mother's cash register anymore. POS systems have revolutionized how restaurants operate. While they can't wash dishes and shine silverware, they can do just about everything else. Here's a look at how to use a POS system in a restaurant.
Every restaurant in the world relies on food suppliers to stay in business. Yours is no different. You depend on your vendors to provide you with quality, fresh food at a price you can afford. You need a food supplier who will deliver on time and with minimal hassle.
Longevity in the restaurant business is tough, but just getting a new restaurant off the ground can be even more challenging. In fact, 60% of all restaurant startups fail within the first year. What are the top reasons why most restaurants fail and how can the most common pitfalls be avoided from the get-go? Aspiring restaurateurs, take note and jot down these tips...