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How to Market Your Restaurant From the Inside Out
By Patricia Luebke
How to Market Your Restaurant From the Inside OutIn a restaurant, your best chances for future business comes from your existing customers. Whether your goals are to build repeat business or to increase check averages, learn how you can advertise, promote, and sell within your four walls in ways that are affordable, effective, and will yield a good return on expense and effort. . . . more >>


Operational Considerations for Your Restaurant's Coffee Service
by Patricia Luebke
Operational Considerations for Your Restaurant's Coffee ServiceCoffee is often the last thing diners remember about your restaurant. Here are some great tips you should consider to ensure that your guests don't leave with a bad taste in their mouth. . . . more >>


Cutlery Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen Pros From Becoming a Bunch of Cutups
by Robert N. Rossier
Cutlery Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen Pros From Becoming a Bunch of CutupsProper knife handling can spare injury and increase efficiency in the back of the house. Here are some tips to help your kitchen staff stay on the cutting edge . . . more >>


Breathing Life - Into Your Wine-by-the-Glass Program
by Joyce Angelos Walsh
Breathing Life - Into Your Wine-by-the-Glass ProgramOrdering wine by the glass is now an expected option by restaurant patrons. Offering too many choices however, can present challenges. Learn how to evaluate the benefit of a wine preservation system when considering wine service for your startup. . . . more >>


How to Increase Sales and Promote Your Startup with Retail Space
by Diana Lambdin Meyer
How to Increase Sales and Promote Your Startup with Retail SpaceA number of restaurants have increased their income by adding retail sales to the menu. Here are a few tips and techniques on how to merchandize and sell shirts, caps, artwork, and more to boost revenue and promote your business. . . . more >>


How to Clean Produce
by Chef Michael Tsonton
How to Clean ProduceJust about every restaurant uses fresh produce of some type. Proper cleaning techniques are necessary in order to achieve the best yield and the longest shelf life. Cleaning your vegetables and fruits also helps to safeguard your guests against potential contamination . . . more >>


How to Find the Right Location for Your Next Restaurant
by Chris Tripoli
How to Find the Right Location for Your Next RestaurantYou can revamp your menu, your concept, and your operational methods;however, your location is almost impossible to change, so it's important to get it right from the start. Learn how to determine the right spot for your next location . . . more >>


How to Use Gift Cards to Boost Sales & Cash Flow
by Joe Erickson
Gift card can boost your cash flow and increase guest loyalty. But not all gift cards are created equal. Before you jump on the gift card band wagon make sure you have all the facts to get the best gift card program for your restaurant. . . . more >>


How to Build Your Kitchen Team
by Chef Michael Tsonton
How to Build Your Kitchen TeamTurnover is one of the chef's worst enemies. The cost of training and mistakes made before the cook is up to speed can affect the bottom line. Such costs can best be avoided when dollars allocated to training are spent on the right candidate . . . more >>


Waste Not, Want Not - Work With Food Banks to Reduce Waste and Improve Community Relations
by Diana Lambdin Meyer
Waste Not, Want Not - Work With Food Banks to Reduce Waste and Improve Community RelationsIf "86-ing"otherwise good food at the end of a shift causes you to grit your teeth while you're fighting for every penny, take some solace in that you're not alone. But rather than literally washing those dollars down the drain or tossing them in the trash, consider establishing a partnership with area homeless shelters and food pantries. . . . more >>


How to Create the Right Ambience In Your Restaurant
by Patrica Luebke
How to Create the Right Ambience In Your RestaurantAmbience is a tricky thing to describe. It's a mood; it's a setting; it's a feeling you get from the surrounding environment. Most restaurateurs know intuitively that their guests seek out the dining experience you offer as much as they seek out your food. Here are a few tips to consider as you plan the ambience for your new startup. . . . more >>


Tools of the Trade: Selecting the Right Pans for Your Kitchen
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Tools of the Trade: Selecting the Right Pans for Your KitchenPans are as different as the menus and price points that they serve. Finding the pan that is right for the operation should be easy. A lot of those decisions like so many in our industry come down to money. Here is some insight to help you decide on the right pans for your operation . . . more >>


How to Select Shelving for Your New Restaurant
by Jeff B. Katz
How to Select Shelving for Your New RestaurantMost restaurant kitchens suffer from limited storage, thus adequate and proper shelving becomes a critical component in keeping your operation organized and managing your inventory. . . . more >>


The Key to Controlling Labor Cost: A Shift-by-Shift Strategy to Create a Winning Labor Budget
by Joe Erickson
The Key to Controlling Labor Cost: A Shift-by-Shift Strategy to Create a Winning Labor BudgetWhile the war on labor cost may never be totally won, the day-to-day battles can. The key to winning is to view each and every shift as an individual battle. You must have a battle plan if you expect to win more than you lose. Likewise, you must consistently execute the plan to accomplish your objectives. . . . more >>


Delegate to Succeed
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Delegate to SucceedThe owner, chef or kitchen manager who micromanages or tries to handle every last detail is cheating himself and everyone else in the operation. Learn how proper delegation can get you off the path of doing all the work and on the road to managing more of your business. . . . more >>


How to Create & Use a Flash Report
by William L. Bassett
How to Create & Use a Flash ReportMost restaurants prepare some type of flash report each day or for the week. You must be able to measure what you want to control. There is no one right way to design a flash report, but here are some hints and an example that will enable you to use this valuable management tool. . . . more >>


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