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A great restaurant starts with your employees! Keeping them happy doesn’t just mean raising their wages (although a fair salary is definitely a step in the right direction).
There may be certain seasons or reasons that cause a drop in beer sales at your bar or restaurant. Well, have no fear; we have some tips for you to keep your customers smiling and holding an ice cold beer.
When it comes to running a profitable bar or restaurant, the ability to deliver exceptional customer service is crucial.
Operations & Management Series (Part One): 5 Key Operational Challenges that Can Make or Break Your Bar or Restaurant’s Success
As a bar or restaurant owner, you’ll need more than just a few tricks up your sleeve and a dose of luck in order to survive and thrive. Marketing, sales, P&Ls, service, staffing, inventory, food and beverage quality, the menu, technology, and the list goes on and on. Where to begin…
Twitter is tough enough to master when you have adequate time to dedicate to the effort. The good news is that there are a number of time-saving tips and strategies that you can use to boost your bar or restaurant’s visibility on Twitter.
Bringing in new customers is important…but what’s even more important? Turning those new customers into repeat visitors! So how do you make sure that your customers will return again and again? Read on for a few tips.
Consistent customer satisfaction and a commitment to excellence are essential to any thriving restaurant. Therefore, it’s important to have a close beat on what your customers are saying about their experience.
You’re part of a community, and it only makes sense to form bonds and engage local businesses to help your own business.
Take the time to properly prepare and present your drinks to help change your customer’s cocktail experience.
With less money in their wallets, people are sticking with who they know and trust. Your restaurant will have to fight and scratch to attract and win over the hearts of new customers.