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A Quick Guide to Starting and Running a Food Service Business

The food service industry is one of the most trying fields in business. The hours are long, the work is hard and you are often required to stand on your feet all day. Whether you run a fast-paced restaurant, operate a catering business or manage a small café, the key to success remains the same. You must be willing to put in the time, money, and advanced ...

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The Steven R. Covey Approach to Restaurant Management

Author of the best-selling book Seven Habits of Highly-Effective People, Dr. Steven R. Covey, died today at the age of 79. He dedicated his professional life to motivating individuals of all ages to become the most productive and motivated versions of themselves. In memory of his work, let's take a look at the seven habits and how they can help your restaurant ...

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Daylight Savings Bar and Restaurant Tips

3 a.m. is the new 2 a.m, with the exception of Arizona and Hawaii. That's right, this Sunday, March 11, 2012 is the the day to spring ahead and set all your clocks ahead one hour. The practice of setting clocks back in the fall and ahead in the spring was born from an idea that Benjamin Franklin had when serving as the U.S. ambassador to France. He realized ...

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Alternative School Lunch Programs

There are many factors that contribute to the difficulty of serving healthy school lunches, and the latest news on pink slime doesn’t bode well for the nation’s children. Despite the difficulties, there are several programs around the nation that have helped schools implement programs that not only serve healthy food, but help teach children important lessons ...

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When a Restaurant Worker is Sick

Oscar Wilde once said: "I want my food dead. Not sick, not dying, dead." When it comes to food, most things are better (and safer, and tastier!) when they are already beyond the land of the living. The complete opposite goes for your restaurant servers, however. When the waiter is sick or--heaven forbid--dying, then the food just isn't going to sit right, dead ...

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