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.
The saying goes that the customer is always right and that their requests should not be questioned too extensively, if at all. But it’s more likely than not that, as a restaurant owner, you and your staff will commonly be pitted against a wide array of customer queries relating to all areas of service. It's important to know what kinds of question to expect and how to answer properly.
Millennials represent one of the most influential consumer bases in the country, with over $200 bn of their combined income pumped into the economy. They are also extremely keen on dining out and trying new things, too, so it certainly pays to make use of new and inventive ways to attract millennials to your restaurant.
Opening a restaurant is the dream of many food-lovers, yearning to turn their passion for food into a moneymaking enterprise. But in order to get the right amount of investment to put you on your feet, you're going to need a solid business plan outlining every aspect of what you want to do, and exactly how you plan to do it.
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.
Turning your passion for cooking into an enterprise that not only pays the bills, but puts a fire in your soul, is the dream of restauranteurs everywhere. But dreams often aren’t straightforward, so there are plenty of things to consider when opening a restaurant of your own - - let's take a look at what you need to know.
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...
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.
A potential customer will make the decision on whether to visit your restaurant before they even see it - 'see' in real life, that is - meaning a strong digital marketing strategy can be nearly as important as what’s on your menu and whether or not you have a happy hour.
The appeal of running your own restaurant is easy to understand: a room full of people brought together over a shared love of good food and good times. Sadly, the reality is that running one can be a very costly venture. To increase sales in your restaurant, you'll need more than just excellent service, but the right marketing to generate interest – and demand.
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