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Checklist For Reopening Your Restaurant

Modern Restaurant Management

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic persists across the globe, governments have started easing lockdown restrictions and allowing restaurants to reopen finally.

Stuffed French Toast Recipe

Bottleneck Management

Baileys Stuffed French Toast Recipe. We’ve been asked to share our Baileys Stuffed French Toast recipe, one of our most coveted and indulgent Rock n Roll Brunch items (aptly named Sweet Child O’ Mine on that menu).

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Culinary Cues

There is so much angst and uncertainty among the restaurant community right now. Should we reopen when the green light is given? What precautions need to be in place to protect our staff and customers? How will we survive if we are required to live with 25% or 50% of normal capacity?

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Two Independent Restaurateurs Share Reopening Lessons Learned

Hot Schedules

Reopening Lessons from Two Independent Restaurateurs. How the COVID pandemic forced them to update operations, sanitation, communication and much more.

Optimizing Your Restaurant Staffing and Onboarding for a Successful Recovery


Understanding how to schedule and engage your staff is one of the most essential aspects of being a successful restaurant owner or operator.

Is 2020 the Year to Remodel Your Restaurant?

Xtra Chef

Remodel your restaurant? You might be thinking, “Why would anyone invest money in redecorating the dining room or swapping out light fixtures when we don’t even know how many guests we can even have in our restaurant?”

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Why Your Website Is Slowing Down Business During COVID-19

Modern Restaurant Management

To say that the current COVID-19 crisis represents a major change to the way we live our lives is, at this point, probably a bit of an understatement.

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Which Grocery Chain Has the Best Health and Safety Policies for Its Workers?


Whole Foods photo, Brooks Kraft LLC/Corbis via Getty Images; illustrations, zuperia /Shutterstock.

3 Things to Look For in a Grocery Store Advertising Partner

Indoor Media

Due to COVID-19, grocery stores are experiencing enormous increases in the volume of shoppers. At the same time, businesses are looking for new ways to reach the people in their community. Grocery store advertising has and continues to be, a proven way for small businesses to drive profits.

Trending: the best coronavirus responses from hotels around the world


Under coronavirus, everything about the function, service, message and meaning of hotels has changed. If restrictions have been lifted in your area and you’re looking at reopening your hotel, or resuming normal operations, there’s a lot to consider.

How Restaurants Can Hire and Rehire Quickly During COVID-19

Modern Restaurant Management

My first business was running a Thai restaurant while in college with a couple of friends, so seeing how hard the restaurant industry has been hit by COVID-19 recently hits close to home.

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Can’t Touch This

Hot Schedules

Can’t Touch This. Nothing says ‘safe and sanitary’ like keeping your clock-ins to yourself. F lashback to 1990, and it seems MC Hammer was peering into our future when he said, “I told you, homeboy, you can’t touch this.”

Is It Safe to Eat at Restaurants Yet?


Tom Kelley Archive/Stringer/Getty; Xinzheng/Getty. Dining out right now will come with certain risks. Here’s what you can do to keep yourself and others around you safe. America is in the early stages of reopening.

Controlling Costs and Returning to Restaurant Profitability


Making smart, effective decisions around your food and labor costs as you continue with take-out and delivery options and begin to open your dining room can help you emerge from the economic shutdown with improved processes on a path to profitability.

Five Food & Hospitality Trends for a Post-Lockdown World

Future Food

Five Food & Hospitality Trends for a Post-Lockdown World. Prior to the pandemic, many people predicted food trends such as a rising interest in meat alternatives, low or no-alcohol beverages and sustainability-driven purchasing behaviours amongst many others.

Toes in the Water: Transitioning to Reopen

Modern Restaurant Management

With more states lifting sanctions on dine-in options, Modern Restaurant Management (MRM) magazine reached out to Yelp's Small Business Expert Emily Washcovick to learn about ways restaurants can successfully make the transition and slowly ramp up operations, while keeping guest and staff safety top of mind.

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How to Create Forms with Excel

Chef's Resources

How to Create Forms with Excel – a Chef’s Tutorial Knowing how to create forms with Excel is an essential skill for today’s multi-talented Chefs.

Prepare to reopen: how to develop a restaurant menu


There's no denying the impact of coronavirus on the industry - and for many venues, preparing to reopen and get your business back on track might necessitate a few changes.

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Menu Development and Business Planning Resources

Goliath Consulting

In the last few months, we have all seen a historical change in how restaurants operate and how restaurants have adapted to the new business environment that is a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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4 Auto Repair Shop Ads Proven to Bring in New Customers

Indoor Media

To get new customers into your auto repair shop, you need to advertise. And while that can seem a daunting task, you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Thousands of automotive businesses have generated customers, and more importantly profit, from coupon advertising.

More Permanent Regulatory Flexibility Required to Revive Hospitality’s Long-Term Survival

Modern Restaurant Management

Restaurants and hospitality venues remain closed throughout the U.S. with little guidance on anticipated timelines or re-opening strategies. Beyond the current operational and financial issues plaguing the hospitality industry lies a very difficult reality.

4 Things To Consider Before Buying Advertisement Banners

Lady Boss Blogger

We all love the internet and nobody can deny its power when it comes to marketing, but marketing your business offline is important as well. Custom banners have promotional power. These are one of the most affordable tools for reaching a wide audience in little time.

How to make a great first impression on guests


Like many others in the industry at the moment, you may be looking for ways to boost business as you reopen and recover from coronavirus.

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Alison Roman, Bon Appétit, and the Global Pantry Problem


In this, the age of the global pantry, ingredients like turmeric, tahini, and gochujang have finally shaken off their hitherto “exotic” status. But it’s white cooking personalities like Alison Roman and many of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars who have had viral success using them.

Tips From the Pros for Handling Bulk Food Items


Reading Time: 4 minutes. (or, or, what to do with that 50 lb bag of flour). Buying food in bulk isn’t just about saving money. Stocking up on food, especially during times of uncertainty, is one way to make cooking much simpler and grocery shopping one less thing to worry about.

Illinois Dining Establishments Get Creative During Pandemic

Modern Restaurant Management

Even when the temperature rises ever so slightly in March and April, Clint Carey can still count on more business to his ice cream shop. Located about 50 miles west of Chicago, The Milk House in Pingree Grove, IL sees a regular uptick in traffic every spring and into summer.

Dos and Don'ts of Dealing With a Restaurant Food Poisoning Accusation


Has your restaurant ever faced a food poisoning allegation? Restaurant Management

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New course! Typsy chats with 'Pastry Fundamentals' instructor Kay-Lene Tan


Do you have a taste for tortes, an eagerness for entremets, a penchant for all things pastry? Look no further. Typsy's latest course, 'Pastry fundamentals', is out now - and instructor Kay-Lene Tan knows better than most what it takes to be a pastry chef.

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By the Numbers: Here’s What Reopening America’s Restaurants Is Going to Look Like


Photo by John Moore/Getty Images. Even though people are slowly starting to eat out again as cities and states push to reopen their COVID-19-stricken economies , anyone expecting restaurants to immediately return to normal will be very disappointed.

Florida Continues Reopening Restaurants, Miami to Open Wednesday

Restaurant Engine

Florida is the nation’s eighth most densely populated state, but one of the earliest to lift COVID-19 restaurant restrictions.

Food Costing Tips for Delivery

Modern Restaurant Management

Many of you (even before CV-19) broadened your business model to include take-out and delivery. In the face of the pandemic, it’s no longer a choice. And none of us really know the lasting power of the changes in the consumer behavior we’re seeing. My guess?

Taking Care of Your Family

Black Box Intelligence

?Everywhere you turn there is another story. There is simply no escaping the sadness overtaken the restaurant industry and the staggering number of jobs, careers and lives impacted.

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What Is a Good Cap Rate for Multifamily Properties?


When investing in multifamily properties, you’ll need to first understand how to measure common real estate financials to properly conduct research into properties.

A Movie-able Feast: Criterion Channel Has a Smorgasbord of Great Food Movies Right Now


Photo-illustration: Eater.

Overdue Rent and Mortgage Problems for Restaurant Owners

Restaurant Engine

Second to labor, restaurant owners’ next biggest expense is their rent or mortgage payment.

How to Make Your Guests Feel Safe and Get them Back in the Door

Modern Restaurant Management

Restaurants play an important role in our lives and in our communities; often where we celebrate birthdays, graduations, first dates, and major life moments. They provide much more than food, they provide nourishment and create communities.

Learn2Serve vs ServSafe: Which is Better?


With pandemic panic, potential food contamination is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. But the restaurant industry has always known the importance of food safety – and food safety training.