Local Sustainable Food

Why More Restaurants Are Buying Food Locally

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Local, sustainable food is trending right now, and more and more restaurants are adopting the concept. It’s not just fine dining restaurants adopting it either, quick service and fast casuals are also participating. The millennial generation was a huge influence on this trend, and eating healthier is here to stay. Purchasing bulk ingredients from commercial farms might seem like the easier option, but you could be missing out on not just a huge customer base …

Employee Scheduling Tips

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As a restaurant owner or manager, scheduling your employees can be easier said than done. It can be easy to feel pressure from employees when there is a lack of an efficient scheduling process. It can also hurt employees when they don’t get certain time off, or they don’t like working a certain shift for whatever reason. Employee scheduling is vital to the success of your restaurant. It can mean the difference in growing your …

Is Your Restaurant Staying Competitive?

Is Your Restaurant Staying Competitive?

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The restaurant industry is not meant for the weak minded or non-driven individual. It’s a highly competitive industry that requires restaurant owners to always be on their toes. It’s not enough these days to just serve good food, because you could have a competitor right down the street who serves good food. In the U.S, there is a McDonald’s, Applebees, or Starbucks on every corner. If you are a single or smaller enterprise level restaurant, …

Ways Your Restaurant Can Give Back

Ways Your Restaurant Can Give Back To The Community

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Whether you are quick service, food truck, pizza, or fine dining restaurant, it’s important to find ways to give back to your community. According to the National Restaurant Association, 94% of restaurants make charitable contributions, and their contributions mostly go to their local community. During a disaster, restaurants become the backbone of support by providing food and beverages to first responders of those affected. As a restaurant owner, giving back can create buzz for your …

Owning a Restaurant Letter

My Dear Restaurateur Friend,

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You have worked hard all your life, saved up some money, and its time. Time to start building your dream business. After all, you are the social type A personality, with an entrepreneurial mind who finally wants to be their own boss. You got your momma’s and probably even grannies recipes and opening a restaurant sounds like a great idea. You know you can cook, you are extremely hardworking, and you’re damn sure you can …