What does it matter when the last three mackerel servings go in the trash bin at the end of service, or if you bought a few too many carrots in this week’s order? Well, it matters a lot. 40% of food goes unused each year, and the amount of waste.
What is the quickest way to engage with your customers on social media? The answer is Twitter.
The Avero Index tracks year-over-year same-store sales performance of restaurants representing different cuisines, venue types, and average checks, nationally and in several specific markets.
One issue many restaurants struggle with is keeping their front of house employees, such as servers and bartenders, motivated and selling up to par. Here you will find some innovative tips to keep your employees motivated and your profits soaring.
“A picture is worth a thousand words,” but with over 700 million active users posting on Instagram, and millions of food pictures, how can you break through the clutter and noise and stand out? Draw your patrons into your restaurant by promoting.
It’s a zoo out there on social media, and the hospitality space is no exception – don’t get caught off guard. Your first order of business is to stay calm, and keep in mind some social media basics:
The past few weeks have brought the southern United States two devastating natural disasters, Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area sending over 5,000 people to stay in shelters and killing an estimated.