Monthly Archives: January 2012
You won’t be able to find the answer as to what it is exactly that makes a restaurant successful in any forum. Without experiencing it for yourself, it’s tough to imagine that a restaurant is one of the most complicated businesses you can run. Most businesses are pretty simple. You buy a product, mark it up enough to cover your overhead, and hire people who can sell it effectively and count change, or you manage a warehouse, a sales team, a manufacturing line or a specific service your business offers.
A restaurant is so much more complicated than that. First, you are more than a retailer. You are running a warehouse. You have to have the same skills a good warehouse manager has, including a system for checking everything in and out of inventory, protecting your product from theft, knowing how to keep your vendors honest in their pricing and…
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Check out this article from Restaurant Management magazine about the new trend in bar snacks.
Great article by Roy Bergold via QSRMagazine.com
Are you capitalizing on the popularity of martinis? They’ve long been a great way to build alcoholic beverage sales and raise average gross profit per drink sold.