If your restaurant is not in a location that attracts tourists, you might experience a slowdown during summer months. How can you capitalize on summer holidays, community events, weddings, and graduations to increase your seasonal sales, and attract new and repeat customers? Rewards Network offers 12 tips to prepare your staff, space, and menu to
Your restaurant menu is likely the first (and most lasting) impression customers have of your business, but that’s not all it needs to do. Ask yourself: Can my menu help increase my restaurant sales? In our newest report, we walk through four big factors that can help you decide whether your restaurant menu design is
June, July, and August can bring enormous opportunity to increase your summer restaurant sales — if you plan ahead — by: Hiring new restaurant staff Planning new restaurant menu ideas Expanding your drink list Opening your patio space Download this free eBook today to develop your restaurant marketing plan for the summer months — and
No matter what changes in the restaurant industry, one thing never changes. There are still only four ways to increase restaurant sales: New Customers Repeat Visits Increased Spend More Table Turns Download this free eBook today to learn how you can influence each of these four factors to increase restaurant sales.
With all the changes to the restaurant industry over the past decade, one thing is still the same: there are only 4 ways to increase restaurant sales. In this four part series, we’ve looked at attracting new customers, increasing visit frequency, and generating more spend per ticket. Now, we turn our attention to the fourth
In parts one and two of our four-part series on increasing restaurant sales, we dove into how to use marketing and overall experience of your brand to draw in — and retain — customers. But how do you ensure those customers are spending more when they do dine with you? In part three, we narrow
In part one of our four-part series on increasing your restaurant sales, we looked at how to draw in new customers through marketing on the Internet, curb appeal, and community events. But all the marketing in the world won’t assure getting that customer back through your doors a second time. This week, we take a
Earlier this year, something extraordinary happened in the food service industry. For the first time in history, consumer spending on dining out overtook that of grocery sales in the United States. This is incredible news for dining establishments and bars yearning to know how to increase restaurant sales, but there are challenges that come with