2020 Restaurant Marketing Trends for Your Best Year Yet

2020 Restaurant Marketing Trends For Your Best Year Yet

You’ve got great food, wonderful ambiance, highly trained servers, and an excellent chef. But where are the diners? This is a common problem for both new and established restaurants, and…

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10 Tips for Handling Negative Restaurant Reviews Positively

10 Tips for Handling Negative Restaurant Reviews Positively

You may have a lot of positive reviews, and then suddenly get a bad one. Here are 10 tips for handling negative restaurant reviews positively.

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Restaurant Workers Would Rather Stay Home and Collect Unemployment?

Fact-checking this claim reveals mostly exaggeration, yet with a tinge of truth. First, the tinge of truth. It is true that the weekly $600 Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), which…

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Exclusive Restaurant Industry Analysis from QSR’s Danny Klein

“So you’re seeing some chains like Papa John’s and Wingstop, who are setting these record-high numbers. Then, on the other side of that coin, you have full-service restaurants who are…

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New Orleans, Beaumont, Galveston, and Lafayette Restaurants Brace for Hurricane Laura

Hurricane Laura is a Category 4 hurricane that will likely be the worst hurricane to hit Beaumont, Lafayette, and other Northwest gulf coast cities in over a century. Coastal restaurants…

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How To Handle Sudden Restaurant Growth

How To Handle Sudden Restaurant Growth

It’s everything you’ve ever wanted – a business full of customers and an increase in revenues. Here’s how to handle sudden restaurant growth.

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How Restaurants Are Doubly Penalized by Authorised Guarantee Agreements

At their lowest moment — already unable to make rent — a restaurant owner can be kicked again while down. The Authorised Guarantee Agreement specifies that an outgoing tenant can…

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Exclusive Comments from Today’s Restaurant Owners

“We’re doing a lot more sanitation. Everybody’s wearing masks. We closed our dining room.” So began our phone conversation last week with Ohio chef Jordan Hamons, enumerating practices that nearly…

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Listed Restaurants Continue to Outperform Owner-Operated Establishments

One in four restaurants will permanently close by the end of the year, costing the country millions of jobs and at least one full percentage point of GDP. Yet for…

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Insights from an Alabama Restaurant Operator

Although national statistics and insights from restaurant lobbyists on Capitol Hill can be helpful, sometimes the best place to go for real advice is a local owner-operator. So we called…

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