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Let’s set the scene: It’s Halloween night, and your bar is packed with costume-clad consumers looking to have a scary good time. “Monster Mash” is blasting through the speakers, and drinks are poured and served faster than Dracula can morph in to a bat. All the pieces are in place for a profitable and productive night for your business, as long as (knock on wood) your customers keep feeling that Halloween vibe. As one of the busiest bar nights of the year, it’s up to you to keep your customers’ tabs open instead of closed and looking for a new bar. How do you do it? Read on to find out.
Like any other employee, the pizza delivery driver must be properly trained to ensure their safety and a prompt delivery. There are several tips and tricks that will help your pizza delivery driver better represent your company and provide as pleasant a customer experience that one can expect in the pizza delivery business.
No one knows the exact origins of the colloquial figment that drinking more alcohol when you’re hung-over will actually cure it, nor is it proven to be true, but what is true is, hung-over or not, people can’t get enough of cocktails in the morning. A great money maker for the usually low-cost fare of breakfast, morning libations enhance brunch options and are easy upsell items. Mimosas and Bloody Marys are standard practice, but if you’re looking to embellish your A.M. drink menu, try experimenting with corpse revivers.
Simple additions such as this 4-Pocket Cotton Blend Waist Apron from Supera will surely sharpen up the appearance of your servers in a matter of seconds! And it doesn’t stop there - this half-length waist apron will also help keep your staff organized thanks to three large pockets and one small pen pocket. This provides enough space for server books, check books, note pads and more! If you want your staff to have a seamless appearance, dressing them up in a machine washable apron is definitely an investment worth making.
Sushi is everywhere. But did you know that the types of sushi you've grown to love are hybrids? In fact, it may be hard to find your beloved caterpillar roll on the menu in Japan. Use this handy guide to distinguish between Western and Japanese types of sushi.