Professional Restaurant Guides From Industry Experts
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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.
If you’re a restaurant manager, you know that the restaurant business comes with its own terminology. Keeping up with restaurant lingo (in both front of house and back of house) makes communication smoother among your staff, which makes your restaurant run more efficiently.
While larger restaurants and restaurant chains always have one, if not several, restaurant management systems, owners of smaller restaurants, bars, and food trucks might not think that it’s worth the money to invest in them. And so they continue using spreadsheets and paper, wasting unnecessary time trying to manage daily functions.
You might dream of opening a restaurant business...but your bank account might puncture those dreams. The reality is: you have no money to start a restaurant. But does that necessarily limit you from doing so?