Do you enjoy watching golf? If so, organizing your commercial refrigerator and freezer might be the most exciting thing you’ll do this year. But for the average restaurant owner, sifting through your reach-in probably isn’t too high on your to-do list. After all, you have menus to create, supplies to order, and employees to schedule. Refrigeration equipment should work well on its own, right?
When it comes to the holidays, the bar scene can get pretty busy. From pub crawls and drink specials to keeping the regulars AND newcomers happy, it seems that a bartender could lose his mind fairly quickly. But if you’re a bartender or the owner of a bar, you probably have a few tricks up your sleeve. John and Rachael had the opportunity to sit down with Weston Wallace, a veteran bartender at Denver’s own Streets of London Pub , to see how a veteran staff handles the holidays.
When it comes to the holidays, birthdays and anniversaries, people are willing to shell out some extra cash for the occasion. With deep pocketbooks out there, it's up to restaurants to give customers a reason to dine at their establishment during the holidays. Will customers deem your restaurant worthy of their hard earned cash? Follow these restaurant marketing tips and you'll be on your way to full tables, a stuffed cash register and happy customers.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and hungry families who don’t want to cook will be looking for a place to eat dinner. If your business is staying open during the Thanksgiving festivities, chances are you will be serving some of these families. Be prepared with the right tools. Read on.
Who knew Thanksgiving was so dark? The days are so short we've dubbed the day after Thanksgiving as Black Friday. And for all the late night restaurants and bars out there, you’re more than familiar with Blackout Wednesday, the biggest drinking night of the year. Why is this? Well, pretty much everyone has Thanksgiving off, everyone is home for the holidays, and nothing is a better hangover cure than a giant Thanksgiving meal. Now that you know the basics, how can your bar or restaurant survive the biggest drinking night of the year?