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Stellar Tips On How To Run Your Restaurant Kitchen More Efficiently

The Restaurant Times

The kitchen is arguably one of the most important parts of a restaurant. This is the main area where each menu item is prepared before being taken out to customers. Anyone that has spent enough time in a restaurant kitchen knows how busy these places can be.

It’s Time to Forget the Old Rules of Wine Pairing


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5 tips to protect guest and customer data


With the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic came a wave of cybersecurity attacks that threatened systems across the globe. Two out of five of the most severe breaches have occurred within the hospitality industry.

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Culinary Cues

My first real job at the age of 15 (unless you count being a paperboy) was washing dishes and helping out the breakfast cook at a local diner.

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Changes in Consumer Habits: Looking Back Over the Last 12 Months of Retail

This large-scale North American survey explores changes in expectations over the last year. You’ll learn what consumers expect, how habits are solidifying, and where to focus to drive the greatest impact.

The 20 Best Ways To Improve Motivation In The Workplace


Motivation is defined as the general desire or willingness of someone to do something. Motivation in the workplace is no different. It’s your employee’s desire or willingness to produce great work. And when you think about it that way, it’s the holy grail that all managers strive for.

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4 Reasons Why Restaurant Inventory Management Matters

Sculpture Hospitality

Running a restaurant is a dream for many people. The truth is, however, that running a successful restaurant isn’t just about crafting amazing meals. It takes a remarkable amount of work and an extensive amount of business acumen to run a successful restaurant

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How To Train New Restaurant Employees

7 Shifts

As a result of the pandemic, restaurants have had to make specific adjustments to all areas of their organization’s operations. Not only have they had to change their interiors, but more importantly, how every employee plays a larger role in certain demands.

Five Key Metrics Every Hiring Manager Should Track

Modern Restaurant Management

In businesses with high turnover – think, food or retail – managers spend a good portion of their time on hiring. The more efficiently and effectively they can hire, the less money and time they’ll spend, and the lower their turnover will be.

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The Top 10 Pizza Spots in Washington DC

Restaurant Clicks

In Washington, D.C., it seems as though there are not only a plethora of pizza restaurants, but one on every few blocks. To be successful in the Washington, D.C., area as a pizza spot, you have to be exceptional, as there really are so many options.

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How a Virtual Kitchen Could Improve Your Restaurant Group’s Profitability


Although many restrictions on restaurants are starting to lift, COVID-19 has permanently changed the landscape of the restaurant industry. First, stay-at-home orders and dining restrictions prompted restaurants to focus on takeout and delivery.

Restaurant Management Masterclass

Speaker: Harlan Scott, Founder of Harlan Scott Hospitality and Industry Restaurant

Due first to necessary staffing cuts, extreme safety protocols, and now the need to rehire against outsized government stimulus, unemployment benefits and wage requirements, managing and staffing have become the most urgent conversation in restaurants today. This, adding on to the lynch-pin management style restaurants often have, has made restaurant cultures more vulnerable and volatile than ever. If your restaurant is suffering from cut staff, low morale, or ineffective training, you've come to the right place. Join Harlan Scott of Harlan Scott Hospitality, learn how to get back in control of your restaurant and your operation back on autopilot.

3 Types of Ghost Kitchens and Which One Is the Best Business to Start


Reading Time: 4 minutes. Check out the last chapter in our Ghost Kitchen 101 series!

Four Critical Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

Modern Restaurant Management

After an especially difficult year, small businesses like restaurants are scrambling to recover. With a changing landscape, it is more vital than ever to help your potential customers see great value in your business.

8 Indian Restaurants Not to Miss in Washington, DC

Restaurant Clicks

Washington, D.C. is full of vibrancy and diversity not only in the population, but in food. With a plethora of dining options, where you start is a big decision! Indian restaurants are a great start on your culinary journey.

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Should You Use a Loss Leader Pricing Strategy in Your Restaurant?

Sculpture Hospitality

The term ‘loss leader’ often brings negative connotations for restaurant owners and managers, but did you know that when used properly a loss leader pricing strategy can be an effective way for restaurants to drive new profits? Restaurant Operations Bar Inventory

Insight Into the Post-Pandemic Restaurant

This pandemic has brought permanent changes to the market and consumer behavior. But like all things, the crisis will pass, and people will start to explore how to resume normal activities. It’s crucial to ensure that your restaurant is ready to adjust and kick-start once the pandemic has passed. Here’s how to adjust your business model in order to get your restaurant back on track.

6 Tips for Taking Enticing Menu Photos (Without The Expensive Equipment)


If you’re in the food industry, you’re no stranger to the huge food photography trend that’s been dominating news feeds everywhere for years. As a restaurant owner, your menu photos are a powerful marketing tool to attract new customers, increase ticket sizes, and retain guests.

QSR and Fast Casual Concepts Forego Expensive Commercial Real Estate Buildouts

Modern Restaurant Management

COVID-19 global pandemic changed nearly everything. As vaccines become widely available, businesses are itching to re-open fully in an effort to return to pre-COVID numbers.

22 of the Best Burgers in Philly

Restaurant Clicks

Well, I love cheeseburgers. For the last two years, I’ve attended the Philadelphia Burger Brawl, where there is a sampling of Philly’s favorite burgers. When it comes down to the BEST burger, we consider all options. There is the classic burger: meat, cheese, lettuce tomato.

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A Wine Story

Lugana Wine. Lugana wine is a delicious white wine from Northern Italy. Recently six Lugana wine producers banded together with Gambero Rosso for a virtual masterclass of their Lugana wine. Local producers and consumers call the Lugana wine grape variety used “Turbiana.”

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Protecting Revenue and Profitability During Unexpected Times

As the COVID-19 restrictions ease restaurants need strategies to adapt to crises in order to remain in business and protect profitability. The 2 ways of ensuring survival are protecting revenue and reducing costs. And the right technology can help. Read on to find out how.

6 Advertising Platforms And How to Use Them

Indoor Media

When it comes to advertising, it’s best to feel out all your options. In some cases, it can be helpful to take advantage of different mediums during different seasons.

Taking Charge of an Electrifying Opportunity

Modern Restaurant Management

By 2030, the International Energy Agency projects there will be 130 million EVs on American roads. What does this have to do with restaurants?

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18 Best Beer Gardens in Philadelphia

Restaurant Clicks

What comes to mind when you think of summer in Philadelphia? I think “hot, hot, hot!” The humid and sunny weather here is lovely, but tiring. Time to sit back with a drink and relax. 2020 was a dumpster-fire of a year. But don’t worry, the summer of 2021 will be our big comeback!

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How Nonprofits That Train People to Work in Restaurants Navigated COVID-19


For many organizations, the first step in dealing with pandemic shutdowns was just to help their participants and alumni get through the initial weeks On the evening of Saturday, March 14, 2020, the staff at Café Momentum served only seven diners.

What to Consider When Purchasing a Point of Sale Solution for Your Restaurant

Consumer preferences have shifted from what is trendiest to what is safest. They are looking for ordering and fulfillment options on a greater scale than ever before. The solution? A comprehensive restaurant point of sale (POS) system that helps owners gain actionable insight, master efficient operations, and become more competitive.

7 Apps For Small Business Owners

Indoor Media

Whether you’re connecting with customers on social media or playing email tag with important clients, every small business owner needs to organize their life online. When you’re first starting, creating and maintaining social media profiles can seem overwhelming — but that’s just the beginning.

Viral Cinn-sation: How Shuckin’ Shack Crunched an LTO

Modern Restaurant Management

After a viral tweet about shrimp tails unearthed inside a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch took the Internet by storm, Shuckin' Shack CEO Jonathan Weathington knew that the brand had to capitalize on this media sensation and launched a version of its own: Cinnamon Toast Crunch Shrimp.

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Important Updates on the Employee Retention Tax Credit for Employers

Goliath Consulting

Updates: 4/7/2021. PPP Update: The new deadline to apply for and receive a PPP loan (first or second draw) has been moved to May 31, 2021. The eligibility has been expanded to include some non-profit, tax-exempt organizations.

Protected: Liquor Inventory Experts Now Serving Dallas Bars and Restaurants

Bar and Restaurant Coach

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A Masterclass in Restaurant Digital Transformation

Speaker: Jay Coldren, Alex Barrow, and Greer Kimsey, Street Sense Team

Behaviorists say it takes 21 days to solidify a habit. 365 days of quarantine later, it's safe to say that our customers will be keeping some quarantine habits. At the center of these habits is the digital world: online ordering, advertising, booking, reviewing, etc. It will become essential for restaurants to create omni-channel experiences for customers, and to market them effectively. Join Jay Coldren and his team in this masterclass to learn the tactics for dominating the digital restaurant sphere.

3 Types of Ghost Kitchens and Which One Is the Best Business to Start


Reading Time: 4 minutes. Check out the last chapter in our Ghost Kitchen 101 series!

Modern Twist on a Childhood Favorite (Podcast)

Modern Restaurant Management

The journey from franchisee to franchisor is the focus of this episode of The Main Course as host Barbara Castiglia speaks with brothers Neal and Nimesh Dahya, who purchased Fosters Freeze in 2015.

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Where to Eat Italian Food in Philadelphia

Restaurant Clicks

Philadelphia’s restaurant scene is a melting pot, and while the city is beginning to discover new cultural cuisines previously unknown to the East Coast, one type of traditional fare is not going anywhere: Italian food. Made with love, Italian food is the ultimate comfort food.

?? Lugana Wine

A Wine Story

Lugana Wine. Lugana wine is a delicious white wine from Northern Italy. Recently six Lugana wine producers banded together with Gambero Rosso for a virtual masterclass of their Lugana wine. Local producers and consumers call the Lugana wine grape variety used “Turbiana.”

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Restrictions Into Opportunities: How to Make Your Restaurant Succeed

Speaker: Patrick Cottrell and Joe English

Whether your state allows outdoor dining, takeout only, or a little bit of both, we're here to help. Join Patrick Cottrell and Joe English from Sculpture Hospitality, for a webinar on Jan. 26th, and get your restaurant to thrive in face of pandemic restrictions