The holiday season can add up to big business and profits for restaurants, but it can also mean additional complications when it comes to planning ahead and managing the holiday schedule. Here are a few tips and ideas for how restaurant and bar owners can ensure the holiday season runs smoothly for guests and employees,
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year for your guests. For you and your staff, it’s time to get organized. You’ll be fielding time-off requests, staff cancellations, and stressed-out managers and hosts. Meanwhile, your customers, who will still be expecting top-notch service, will hopefully be coming to your restaurant in search of
Sparkling wine is a go-to for the holiday season, and for very good reasons. Not only does that bubbly effervescence instantly make any gathering feel more festive, it’s darned delicious too. But if you’re looking to amp things up a bit on the flavor front, seek out some grower Champagne to liven up your holiday
If anything, the holidays are a great excuse for you as a restaurant owner to set aside some time to thank your employees. While there are a number of ways to show your gratitude, many employers use the season as a reason to throw their own holiday party. After all, you’re in the business of
‘Tis the season to celebrate! And what better way to be jubilant this holiday season than indulging in time-honored winter drink traditions … especially if they include bourbon. Whether enjoyed during a holiday party or while cozying up to a fire, these concoctions have been bringing good cheer to celebrants for centuries. You might have
This holiday season, are you sticking with the same marketing strategies as last year? And are those promotions going to help you stand out among your competitors? If you’re looking for new ways to increase restaurant sales in December and January, make a resolution to get creative with these marketing ideas for your business.