Tricks for Hiring in Restaurants

When it comes to hiring in restaurants, your general manager should be your right-hand person. The one person you can count on to operate your restaurant the right way. After all, you can’t [...]

Set prices to avoid mistakes – Part 4

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week Pricing doubles A double made with twice as much product as a regularly prepared highball is extremely potent, costly and steeped in liability. It [...]

Set Prices to Avoid Mistakes – Part 3

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week List the sale prices for each product in the operation’s liquor inventory with a corresponding portion. For example, the listed sale price for an [...]

Set Prices to Avoid Mistakes – Part 2

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week Keep drink prices based only on quarters. Prices ending in 25 cents, 50 cents or 75 cents are easier for bartenders and servers to add mentally. [...]

Set prices to avoid mistakes – Part 1

By David Scott Peters Restaurant Tip of the Week Establish major price categories to reduce errors Group products together based on their wholesale costs. Use a standard increment such as a [...]

Customer Service and the WOW Experience

By David Scott Peters We had an interesting discussion at an Elite meeting in Michigan where members come together to focus on a specific topic and use each others’ experience and knowledge [...]