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Even if you don’t notice the tiny things, your customers definitely will. Try thinking like a customer by paying extra attention to these details.
As soon as potential diners walk through the door, they get a first impression of your restaurant—and if it isn’t good, they might not be back. Luckily, if you try thinking like a customer, you can identify your problem areas and fix them.
With the growth of online and mobile ordering and daily deals sites, such as Groupon and LivingSocial, takeout ordering continues to become an increasingly important revenue stream for restaurants.
It can be hard for parents to find restaurants that accommodate their kids, so if your restaurant is ready and willing to handle them, you’ll have a leg up on the competition.
The market segment looking for superfoods in restaurants is now becoming larger and is a serious reality for restaurant owners who still haven’t included superfoods on their menus.
Your restaurant could probably be a little more eco-friendly, right? The great thing about going green is that it’s not just good for the environment—it’s good for business, too! Read on to find out some helpful tips that will help you be a little bit nicer to Mother Earth.
The month of September is packed with many national holidays and events (from the obvious to less familiar), giving your customers plenty of good reasons to dine out and celebrate. Here’s a look at them.
Unresolved customer complaints can have a devastating impact on restaurants, making it essential to address customer complaints quickly.
Determining whether or not a no-reserve policy is good or bad for your restaurant business really depends on a number of factors, such as the type of restaurant, space and seating availability, impression you want to give your customers, and so forth.
With the growing number of fast food chains, restaurants and other dining options available today, it is getting quite difficult to tell each of them apart.