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How to Plan Your Restaurant's Grand Re-Opening Event

7 Shifts

1 Set goals for the event ?? Having a specific goal will help you plan out your budget, labor needs, marketing strategy, messaging, and organization before the event. Plan your menu To maximize the exclusivity of the event, plan a limited-time, reduced menu to showcase new dishes in your restaurant. Mel Bensky, @tastethesix.

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Marketing Your Restaurant for Private Events

Next Restaurants

Of all the industries to have been touched by this cascade of events, however, few have been as deeply impacted as the restaurant industry. One particularly promising revenue stream is to rent out your restaurant for private events. However, the rental income is far from the only perk you can derive from hosting private events.

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Culinary Cues

I had shed my jacket and sat with mask on and short sleeve shirt in anticipation of an event that had been wished for almost exactly one year. The excitement was building while I worked to beat the clock and occasionally look up in anticipation of the door opening.

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How Your Restaurant Can Take Advantage of the Virtual Event Trend

Modern Restaurant Management

With people staying home to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the popularity of virtual events has taken off. Virtual events allow people to feel connected and to enjoy themselves, despite the fact that they can’t do so in a restaurant, bar, or other venues. Does your venue host live entertainment such as bands, DJs, or comedy?

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Cold Calling Tips and Tricks

However, there is also strong evidence which points to the contrary - 78% of decision-makers have taken an appointment or attended an event as a result of a cold call. In fact, less than 2% of today’s cold calls actually result in meetings, and 63% of sales professionals say it’s what they dislike most about their jobs. What’s the verdict?

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Food Business

We are going to discuss two types of events: catering—guests’ special occasions, and experiential events—frequent events to draw in guests. Luckily enough local restaurants are creating catering and monthly events, which leads other restaurants to follow suit. Now we segway into planned and curated events.

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Be Prepared: Cocktail and Beverage Trends for Events

Modern Restaurant Management

In order to pull off successful events and cater to their clients’ needs, event planners and their bar staff. If there are leftover ingredients from an event, use them on the next day’s cocktail menu. need to be in the know with all the upcoming trends. Even better?

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