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6 Tips to Get More People into Your Restaurant

Wed, Jul 15 2015 4:53 pm Gordon Other Category    Comments

With the abundance of restaurants lining a single street, it can be more than a little difficult to not only attract customers, but keep them interested and wanting to come back to dine with you. People have a taste for different cuisines, and those tastes can change from day to day, so you’ll want to make sure that yours is the first restaurant customers think of whenever they’re in the mood for whatever style of cuisine you sell. Thankfully, there are several more things that you can do to draw in customers and keep them coming back for more of your great food and service.


Judging a Restaurant By Its Menu

Wed, Jul 15 2015 4:54 pm Gordon Kaiser Other Category    Comments

Judging a Restaurant by Its Menu

First impressions count for a lot, especially in the restaurant business. With so much competition to contend with—and trends to keep up with—it can be difficult to attract new patrons to a restaurant. Effective advertising can go a long way in giving your eatery the exposure it needs to draw in your clientele; though, it’s often the menu itself that can either make or break that all-important first dinner date with you and your customers. By implementing a few thoughtful techniques into the planning and construction of your restaurant’s menu, you can help to ensure your guests come, sit, and savor all you have to offer time and time again.


Three Major Tips for Effective Restaurant Management

Wed, Jul 15 2015 4:54 pm Gordon Other Category    Comments

Opening a new restaurant can be an incredibly exhilarating, and stressful, experience. Whether you’re fluent in the intricate art of food service or have a unique appreciation for the business aspect of hosting meals, there are countless components and details that play into an eatery’s initial success and potential for growth. Of course, a restaurant’s décor, lighting, and ambience can influence a customer’s overall dining experience, but it’s often what goes on behind the scenes that makes the most difference. Stock your kitchen with the equipment, staff, and vision it needs to function at its best, and give your restaurant the tools it needs to win over guests every time.