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7 Restaurant Management Book Recommendations

7 Shifts

While you must follow the strict guidelines to ensure the safety of your staff and customers, that’s not to say you can’t take advantage of an empty restaurant to improve your knowledge of restaurant management, running a business, and creating a recipe for success when you eventually get back to business as usual. Goodreads: 4.09

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Pastry Chefs Aren’t Disappearing — We’re Evolving

EATER

Joules Garcia /Eater Pastry chefs may be leaving restaurants, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing for the profession For the last several years, I’ve noticed a terrifying trend: Major magazines and food publications say that pastry chefs are going extinct. As a pastry chef myself, this is bad news, to say the least.

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8 Tips to Optimize Restaurant Labor Costs Despite Higher Minimum Wages

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Some are predicting a potential boom in the restaurant industry in the post-pandemic era. Consumers are ready to return to restaurants, and companies are innovating with new business models and new locations. However, if there’s one thing that will have a huge effect on all future business trends, it is new labor wage laws.

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Rising Restaurant Minimum Wage: What to Know for 2021

Touch Bistro

hour, restaurant operators are starting to think about how they will adjust their businesses to a $15 restaurant minimum wage. and provinces in Canada) have already increased their restaurant minimum wage and tipped minimum wage in the past few years. Will the Rising Restaurant Minimum Wage Affect Me? In the U.S.,

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What We Miss When Vacation Rentals Become Contactless

EATER

Shared lodging like bed and breakfasts, boarding houses, and room rentals are falling out of favor, replaced by contactless, host-less vacation rentals. I, however, came back with boiled eggs. But at what cost? They weren’t packed away in the cargo hold; they were plastered in my memory.

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3 Eater Editors on Their Predictions for the Future of Restaurants

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Osteria La Buca, in Los Angeles, is among the many restaurants that pivoted to selling groceries in addition to or instead of takeout during the COVID-19 pandemic. And what’s emerging is the picture of a new reality — full of many “new normals” — for the restaurant industry. Even the most powerful and/or beloved restaurants may close.

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Menu Prices Will Go Up With a Higher Minimum Wage. But You’ve Been Underpaying for Years.

EATER

Fairness has the potential to be a fundamental part of a restaurant’s business plan In 2012, the organization Fight for 15 , composed of fast-food workers who walked off the job to demand a living wage and workers’ rights, formed in New York City. But in light of this, some restaurant owners are stoking fear among customers.

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