Spring Restaurant Workshop Coming Up

Restaurant Workshop Teaches Systems and Shortcuts Super Early Bird Discount Expires March 7 Restaurant Expert David Scott Peters teaches everything there is to know about running a profitable [...]

Why to Lead with Courage

By Fred Langley Leading with courage is a lot easier said than done. But the most important thing to realize is that doing nothing because you’re afraid is worse than doing something you’re [...]

The Secret to Better Communication in Your Restaurant

Daily pre-shift meetings are one of the most basic ways to ensure positive communication is happening in your restaurant on a daily basis, to keep everyone informed, to reduce the rumor mill and [...]

Five Steps for Controlling Your Bar Profits

To your staff it’s simply an ounce of booze. To your customer it’s a drink. But to your bank account it’s like prospecting for gold! While there are many simple systems you can put into place to [...]

How to Calm Your Fear of Off-site Catering

Guest Blog Post By Sandy Korem of The Catering Coach Fear is often a barrier holding many restaurant owners back from realizing the good opportunities and the success that off-site catering can [...]

How to Schedule Enough People with Certainty

How many times have you asked your management team if they have enough people hired to fill the schedule and they waved you away with an impatient, “yes”? But the next thing you know your [...]

Guest Post: Should Restaurants Offer Mobile Payments?

Guest Blog Post By Kristen Gramigna of BluePay Some consider mobile payments the wave of the future in many industries, and as a restaurant owner or manager, you may have taken notice. Mobile [...]

A Story About Giving Up Control

I want to share a story with you. It’s the story of an incredibly talented young chef/restaurant owner. When I first met him, he was in his mid 20s. He had worked at one of the most prestigious [...]