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4 steps to successful curbside pick-up

Curbside pick-up is becoming an increasingly popular option to drive business growth. If you’re considering starting a curbside pick-up service, or you have one in place, follow these best practices for curbside success.

Delicious by design

Your restaurant’s dining room design is an essential part of your brand image and can make or break your business. Whether you’re opening a new restaurant or remodeling, here are some tips on how to stand out from the crowd.

Listen up: Tips for reducing noise in your restaurant

Operational noise from side-station clatter to ventilation can negatively affect your carefully planned ambience. Reduce unwanted sounds and improve your customer’s dining experience by following these suggestions.

Say good-bye to no-shows

“No-shows” chip away from profit margins by taking a table from a potentially interested customer. Confirming reservations, stating a clear cancelation policy and rewarding reservations can all help you boost your bottom line.

Soft openings: Practice makes perfect

A soft opening can help work out the initial restaurant kinks and build a stronger product. Take a look at how two restaurants executed their soft openings.

Restaurant renovations: Does your facility need a facelift?

Renovating your space every 5 to 7 years can help keep your facility relevant and your customers interested. To help you get the ultimate return on your investment, track the trends, define your target market and establish your restaurant’s personality.

Help customers in a choking emergency at your restaurant

With over 3,000 Americans dying each year from choking, it is important for you to train your staff to deal with a choking accident. Educate them on some common causes and ensure they are able to recognize an emergency situation.

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