Wed.Jun 24, 2020

How Restaurant Operators Can Optimize their POS Investment in the COVID-19 Environment

Modern Restaurant Management

There have been many industries that have had to adjust to the new reality of COVID-19, but likely none have been more dramatically impacted than the restaurant industry.

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Emeritus Vineyards Announces a New Six-Part Series of Educational Webinars For Wine Professionals

iSant

Emeritus Vineyards launches new six-part series of online educational webinars for wine wholesalers and industry professionals July 1st - December 2nd.

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Digital Dining and ‘Restaurant Recovery’ Show

Modern Restaurant Management

In this edition of MRM News Bites, we feature help for small business owners and products for the 'new normal' for restaurants as they reopen. On-Demand Delivery for Square Online Store.

10 Essential Tips for Ensuring a Restaurant Break-Even Point

Restaurant365

You’ve reopened your dining rooms at the allowable capacity in the geographic areas of your restaurant locations. You followed all the new health and safety regulations. Now it’s time to refocus on your bottom line. This requires not only increasing total sales, but also reducing costs.

xtraCHEF Recipe Card: Vidya Sekhar

Xtra Chef

Explain your role at xtraCHEF. I am part of the engineering team at xtraCHEF. I enjoy working on the vision of our product.

Best Practices for Launching Online Ordering

Modern Restaurant Management

Restaurants are facing new and evolving challenges resulting from today’s complex circumstances. Some of those challenges, particularly for smaller, local restaurants, include implementing online ordering, creating a digital presence, and offering delivery for the first time.

How eLearning Will Help Restaurants Ramp-up Training After the Pandemic

Crunchtime

A cautious look ahead towards planning for how restaurant chains will rebound and restaff when stay-at-home orders subside. labor operations management

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How Lesbian Bars Are Surviving a Pandemic

EATER

Jolene’s in San Francisco. As few as 16 lesbian bars remain in the United States, and their owners are fighting with all they have to make it through On the night of March 2, a tornado churned through Nashville, ripping through whole neighborhoods and damaging swaths of restaurants.

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Grow Your Restaurant’s Market Share in Saudi Arabia With a Separate Delivery-Only Restaurant Menu

The Restaurant Times

In the past few years, there has been a steady rise in the popularity of the food delivery business. Considering the demand in the food delivery segment, restaurant operators are increasingly establishing online ordering websites and mobile applications.

5 Big Advantages of Your Own Online Ordering System for Restaurants

Web Diner

Now, more than ever, having an online presence is an absolute must for all restaurants. Restaurants are looking for alternatives to their usual structure and functioning. It is necessary to survive the economic climate brought by the coronavirus pandemic.

How Pitmaster Daniel Castillo Brought Central Texas-Style Barbecue to LA

EATER

Heritage Barbecue is working to feed unemployed hospitality workers and open for takeout, all during a meat shortage “Opening a restaurant during COVID has had its challenges,” says Heritage Barbecue pitmaster Daniel Castillo. “We’re

4 Steps to Establish Your Auto Repair Shop’s Online Presence [Infographic]

Indoor Media

What does your auto repair shop’s online presence look like? Whether you’re a brand new business or you’ve been around for a while, a healthy dose of online content will help curious consumers find your auto shop the next time they need an oil change or part replaced.

5 Mistakes New Influencers Make On Instagram

Lady Boss Blogger

As a new influencer, you will make mistakes. It’s natural! With influencing, every day is a learning experience. Fortunately, after reading this article, you won’t be making these new influencer mistakes.

From the Strategist: The Best Bartending Guides and Cocktail Books, According to Bartenders

EATER

Learn cocktail fundamentals, techniques, and history with these books, from the Strategist The way you learn how to make craft cocktails isn’t by drinking a lot of them (though that experience doesn’t necessarily hurt).

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Restaurant Pest Management Checklist (Infographic)

Modern Restaurant Management

As restaurants look to reopen, owners and managers have to deal with enhanced health and safety guidelines, cleanliness protocols and pest control. Due to the lack of daily routines and occupancy in restaurant spaces over the last few months, pest activity has likely increased.

Idaho Finds That Going to Bars, Not Going to Protests, Is Causing COVID-19 Spikes

EATER

Photo: Kzenon /Shutterstock. Plus, high levels of arsenic were found in Whole Foods bottled water brand, and more news to start your day Crowded bars contribute more to coronavirus spread than protests and vigils do.

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Virtual Whiskey Lab with Milam & Greene

Foodable

In the latest episode of Taste Kitchen , Paul Barron hosts a whiskey lab with Heather Greene—the chief executive officer, partner, and master blender for distillery Milam and Greene.

‘Taste the Nation’ and the Hollow Promise of ‘Breaking Bread’

EATER

Padma Lakshmi’s new Hulu show is a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t move beyond the myth of the American dream There is a tendency, within food media and in conversations about the transformative power of food, to highlight its healing properties, the way it can bring people together in increasingly divisive times.

Make Chef Nina Compton’s Hot Honey Butter Chicken for Your Family and Friends

EATER

A whole roasted chicken is the NOLA chef’s go-to big family meal When it comes to cooking for small and big groups alike, few things can please a crowd like a whole roasted chicken.

From the Strategist: 15 Nice-Looking Stovetop Tea Kettles for Every Kind of Kitchen

EATER

A stovetop tea kettle for every style, from the Strategist Sometime in the last decade, public preference swung from a whistling kettle on every stove to an electric kettle on every countertop.