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Patrons enjoy delicious and unique menu items that make them want to come back time and time again.

Is Your Restaurant Menu What Patrons Really Want?

January 5, 2019 12:16 pm Published by There’s an old saying in the restaurant business about how patrons really eat with their eyes before any of the actual physical processes of enjoying a meal begin. What this means is that a great looking picture of an entrée is very often enough to sell the customer on the fact that it’s what they… View Article
Craft beer is served as a flight at a bar. Craft beer is a quickly expanding market that is literally coming out of the woodwork.

Increase Your Bar’s Profits by Selling Craft Beers

November 7, 2018 5:07 pm Published by There is no doubt that the economics of serving craft beer to your patrons can make it a very profitable and worthwhile undertaking and in most cases far more lucrative than selling nationally known name brands such as Budweiser, Coors, Miller, and others. When you break down the numbers on what it would cost you… View Article
When rebranding consider an effective logo like a large red logo featuring a juicy steak on a plate, a fork and a knife enclosed in a shield.

When is Restaurant Re-Branding a Good Idea?

September 5, 2018 4:04 pm Published by In business conversations, you may have heard the term “rebranding” come up, without fully understanding what it meant, even in the context of the discussion you heard. It does seem like something of a strange concept when you consider that any company which has established a brand for itself has probably invested a lot of… View Article
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