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7 Best Sources for Food Menu Templates

Posted by Ryan Andrews on May 13, 2018 6:43:07 PM

Your menu helps you to present your food in an appealing way. As part of the overall dining experience, the information in your menu should be easy to digest and the quality, look and feel should be in line with your restaurant’s branding and reflect positively on the quality of food that you serve.

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11 Inspirational Restaurant Menu Card Examples

Posted by Ryan Andrews on May 13, 2018 5:20:21 PM

How much time do you spend on your menu card design? Your menu isn’t just there to make your food look appealing, it needs to align with your brand, reassure your guests they’re in the right place and set expectations for the type of dining experience they’re about to enjoy.  Color, typography, imagery and layout are all important.

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Top 5 Restaurant Floor Plan Creators

Posted by Ryan Andrews on May 10, 2018 5:08:23 PM

A great floor plan makes your restaurant look inviting to diners, helps keep your service running smoothly and takes account of all the important logistics and regulations. All things considered, your floor plan has a huge impact on the dining experience and can also be a significant component in determining your set up, and running costs.

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Restaurant Email Marketing: How to Get More Diners

Posted by Ryan Andrews on May 2, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Many restaurants keep email running in the background but perhaps don’t afford it as much time and consideration as they should.

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How to Manage Customer Service On Restaurant Review Websites

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 30, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Review websites can produce mixed feelings in restaurant owners. Sites such as Tripadvisor, Yelp and Zomato give consumers a platform to express feedback, which they don’t always mention while they’re in a restaurant. And in some cases, you may feel you come unfairly under fire.  

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Restaurant SEO Strategies for Boosting Your Website

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 26, 2018 12:03:00 AM

If a potential customer went looking for your restaurant on the Internet, how easy would it be for them to find you? Search engine optimization is an incredibly important part of restaurant marketing. It helps to channel customers to information about your business and will hopefully play a part in helping them to make a booking with you or walk through your doors.

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Restaurant Branding 101: How to Build a Restaurant Identity

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 23, 2018 7:51:00 PM

Restaurant branding is something you need to consider before opening your doors or launching any marketing to promote your restaurant. Get it right and all elements of your marketing campaigns and even how you run your restaurant and train your staff will become far more intuitive.

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Use This Food Cost Formula to Determine Profitable Restaurant Menu Pricing

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 21, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Do you really know the exact cost of every item on your menu? Or, like many restaurateurs, do you determine your menu prices based on what competitor’s charge, a set cost percentage applied to every menu item, or some other non-precise method? Pricing is an essential part of creating a successful menu so it's worth spending time to get this right.

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Restaurant Marketing: How to Promote Your Business

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 11, 2018 11:19:02 AM

Most restaurants spend less than 10% of their time on marketing. Time constraints mean restaurant marketing is often not the number one priority, but with competition remaining intense in the restaurant business, devoting more attention to marketing is fast becoming a requirement.

Are you guilty of not spending enough working on marketing to get more customers in the door of your restaurant?

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Restaurant Accounting: How to Use a Sensitive Food Item Inventory 

Posted by Ryan Andrews on Apr 8, 2018 12:00:00 AM

The foundation of a successful restaurant accounting system is to assure that your gross food and beverage revenues end up as net profit on your P&L statement.

Since gross revenues represent your food and beverage sales and the largest percentage of those revenues are generated from a small percentage of your food and beverage purchases, it is important that you have a tight control on those items.

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