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The Biggest Trends for Your Restaurant This Year
Just about every customer service industry will see its fair share of new and emerging trends, which can alter a company’s product line up for a short time or revolutionize the way they do business in years to come. As we emerge from the pandemic, these are the trends restaurants should be paying attention to in 2021.
How to Design the Layout of Your Restaurant
It’s often said the thing writers are most afraid of is the blank page, and the little cursor blinking at them expectantly as they wait for the word. When it comes to the blank page in the world of business, however, there is a strict guiding principle as certain actions will have certain outcomes - and nowhere else does this apply more than the floorplan of a restaurant.
How to Secure Repeat Customers for Your Restaurant
Ranking among the most favorable reviews and the volume of traffic your online website generates, the most valuable assets of any restaurant will always be the number of familiar faces you can trust to keep coming back. Here's why you need to secure more repeat customers. 
How to Run a Successful Organic Restaurant
Consumer awareness of the benefits of eating organic produce has pushed it into becoming a $55 bn industry in the last 18 months, making the decision to open your own organic restaurant more viable than ever. But there are still a few things to consider when you do...
The Easy Way to Design Your Restaurant Logo
Your logo can represent more than just your product, but your reputation as well. Fortunately, designing an eye-catching, quality restaurant logo doesn’t need to be expensive, and you won’t need to hire a graphic designer to make it for you.
Creating Restaurant Menus to Maximize Your Turnover
Creating a menu that is clearly laid out, enticing, and regularly updated is one of the safest ways of keeping your business afloat, as the food on that menu is the primary lifeblood of any food-serving entity right now. With so many businesses being delivery-only, you're going need to optimize your menu as the face of your restaurant - and here's how to do it.
Opening a Restaurant with No Money
Opening a restaurant is far from cheap - in fact, it’s amazingly expensive. You can expect to shell out $450 for every square foot of your new restaurant, and depending on the size of your floorspace, that figure can easily shoot up to $395,000. But opening one with no money isn't as impossible as it seems...
Ten Best Facebook Posts to Promote Your Restaurant

If you’re looking to launch your new restaurant online, making use of social media marketing is one of the strongest steps forward. Here are ten of the best Facebook post ideas to get more traffic to your page and more orders from your menu.

How to Get Your Restaurant Noticed

With over a million restaurants in the U.S. alone, what can you do to get yours to stand out from the crowd and entice new customers? Getting your restaurant noticed is serious business.