Restaurant Trends


How to Start an Organic Restaurant

Posted on June 2, 2014
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There are boundless reasons to start an organic restaurant in these eco-friendly times. Perhaps you value the concept of naturally-grown greens and hormone-free animal products. Maybe you find importance in spreading wellness and good health. Or perhaps you've finally realized that people will pay through the nose for organic products and want a piece of that sweet, sweet pie. Regardless of the reason, with social and political attention tuned to organic eating, now is as good a time as any to make your dream a reality.

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Restaurant Trends that Stuck in 2013

Posted on November 5, 2013
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Here’s a quick list of things that stick: Glue. Scotch tape. Melted cheese. Certain Chris Brown songs. And last, but not least, some restaurant trends. For a restaurant trend to go from a fad to a staple, it needs a lot of support and nourishment from consumers everywhere. Here are a few restaurant trends that stuck in 2013. Barrel Aged Cocktails Though the idea didn’t migrate from London until 2010, barrel aged cocktails made a ...

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Creative Restaurant Apps From Krispy Kreme and More

Posted on August 26, 2013

Mobile marketing! Unless you’re running the neighborhood Luddite hangout you’ll do well to embrace it, or get consumed in its mechanized wake of destruction. (more…)

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The Pros and Cons of a Rapidly Changing Menu

More and more, restaurants across the nation are embracing the concept of a rapidly changing menu. This could mean changing your menu every month, every week, or if you're really ambitious: every single day. Bored chefs from Mankato to Timbuktu are scratching their chins thoughtfully and wondering, "Could this be the right move for me? Can I really toss my menu out the door whenever I want? Experiment with new recipes and flavors? Live the ...

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Seafood Trends and Recipes!

Posted on June 24, 2013

Summer is here and it's time for those camera-laden pleasure seekers known colloquially as tourists to start flocking to the coasts. If you've got a seaside restaurant, the competition can be tough. (more…)

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