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These 10 tips will help you get the hang of Twitter and figure out how you can use it to benefit your bar or restaurant.
Before you can manage your team, you must know exactly what you want them to do. Being clear from the get-go can help you avoid becoming a micro-manager later on.
Your menu’s design is incredibly important—you need to impress customers and let them know about your offerings in an extremely short amount of time.
If you want to attract millennials to your restaurant, you’ll have to market directly to them. Read on for a few tips on how you can make your restaurant more attractive to this coveted demographic.
Innovation is at its core what separates the great from the rest of the pack, regardless of industry or pursuit. And in today’s hospitality industry that’s no exception where competition and consumer demand are fiercer than ever.
By now, you’re used to companies offering loyalty programs. Check out these ideas for clever customer loyalty programs.
Your ambiance and lighting might not be the first things you think of when you’re planning your restaurant’s success, but they’re both incredibly important. They help to create the overall experience your customers have in your bar or restaurant.
More and more bars and restaurants across the U.S. are embracing digital signage as the technology evolves, making it both more affordable and user-friendly than ever before.
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).
When customers go out for a meal, they want to get exactly what they ordered, complete with impeccable service. But they also want their meal as soon as possible. So which one is more important…speedy service or quality service?