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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 >>


A Balanced HVAC System Enhances the Dining Experience & Cuts Energy Costs
by Robert N. Rossier
A Balanced HVAC System Enhances the Dining Experience & Cuts Energy CostsAre your customers wearing sweaters during the summer or stripping down during the winter? Do you see people hugging themselves to stay warm or using the menus to fan their faces? Chances are your HVAC system is out of balance. If you overlook the HVAC system long enough, you may be chasing away good repeat customers. . . . more >>


How to Tap Into the Growing Tourist Market
by Diana Lambdin Meyer
How to Tap Into the Growing Tourist MarketWith travel outside the United States still soft, you might find more out-of-town folks visiting your area than ever before. Even if you don't operate in a typical tourist destination, such as the mountains or beach, you can build your business with vacationers if you make the right local contacts and build a little unique, regional appeal into your menu and concept. . . . more >>


State Restaurant Association Membership
by Barry Shuster & Patricia Luebke
State Restaurant Association MembershipState restaurant associations must work for membership with as much vigor as they fight to influence legislation and provide valuable benefits to their members. What are they doing to earn their keep, and what benefits and value do they offer you? . . . more >>


Excuse Me, This Wine Tastes Funny
by Joyce Angelos Walsh
Excuse Me, This Wine Tastes FunnyIs refusing to take back a bottle of wine -- even one that you know is perfectly fine -- important enough to destroy a relationship with an existing customer and a dozen or so of his closest friends? . . . more >>


Choosing the Right Fryer Can Fatten Your Profits
by Robert Rossier
Choosing the Right Fryer Can Fatten Your ProfitsDespite the apparent simplicity, a variety of sizes, styles, capacities, materials and options make choosing the right fryer a bit more complicated than it would appear at first blush. . . . more >>


Teach Your Staff to Ask for Help & Never to Hide Mistakes
by John Richardson
Teach Your Staff to Ask for Help & Never to Hide MistakesWhen a staff member needs help and he or she doesn't let anyone know, or worse, when someone makes a mistake and conceals it, service suffers. And that means your business suffers. . . . more >>


The Five Points of Proper Portion Control
by Chef Joe Abuso
The Five Points of Proper Portion ControlYour managers should be ever-vigilant about noticing any deviation from your standard portioning (and everything else) and correct, encourage or cajole as needed. . . . more >>


How and Why Operators are Weaning Themselves Off Unsustainable Discounting Practices
by Howard Riell
How and Why Operators are Weaning Themselves Off Unsustainable Discounting PracticesWhen you do look back over the recession there are a number of concepts that didn't go down the discounting path, and that have continued to do well. And those are the ones that are really focusing on what's important to the consumer. . . . more >>


How to Avoid Electrical Accidents in Your Restaurant
by Robert N. Rossier
How to Avoid Electrical Accidents in Your RestaurantNobody expects to have a serious workplace accident, and a fatality -- especially in the restaurant industry -- is almost unheard of. But the shocking truth is that accidents do happen, and when they involve electricity, the risk of a serious injury is heightened. . . . more >>


Restaurant Rules of Thumb: How Does Your Operation Measure Up to Industry Averages & Standards?
by Jim Laube
Restaurant Rules of Thumb: How Does Your Operation Measure Up to Industry Averages & Standards?A review of several key restaurant industry startup, financial & operational metrics that have proven to be reliable measurements over time. A handy guide for operators planning changes or assessing how they compare to industry averages & standards. . . . more >>


Online Training & Education Options for Your Restaurant
by Allison Wollam
Online Training & Education Options for Your RestaurantThe right employees love using online training systems because they get the information they need to be successful. Online training can have great benefits when it comes to cost, accessibility, flexibility and effectiveness. Managers prefer it and it empowers motivated employees at all levels who are interested in taking on more responsibility. . . . more >>


Raising the Bar for Profits
by Robert Plotkin
Raising the Bar for ProfitsReach for an effective startup bar menu. Learn how exceeding guest expectations can keep bodies in chairs and cash in the till. . . . more >>


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