Discover how to effectively implement small changes in your restaurant that can have a big impact on guests’ dining experience without breaking the bank.
You think it’s going to be great. Nothing to compete with conversation or to distract from the food. People will be able to hear each other and they’ll thank you for it. They might even leave you a glowing review. “Why can’t all restaurants be like this one? Hurrah!” Then, reality sets in. Silence, believe
Consumer tastes aren’t the only things changing these days — restaurants need to constantly expand their menus, services — and even space — to ensure they remain competitive in the market. M Restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, knows that all too well, as they began an ongoing process of expansion back in 2011 that continues to this day!
It may seem perfunctory to say so, but both flooring and walls are crucial elements to any restaurant’s interior design. They’re the base upon which all other aspects of your restaurant’s design is built. The good news is that you have numerous options when it comes to paint, wallpaper, and flooring. The bad news is…
There are many reasons customers make repeat visits to your restaurant. Chief among them, as our latest free eBook surmises, are quality, personable service, and the ability to earn rewards. Your food needs to impress. Your service needs to impress. Guests need to feel like they’re getting a great value for the money they spend.
So much of a restaurant operator’s focus is put onto designing the menu, the seating, the decorations… but how much of that ends up sabotaged if the guests can barely see any of it? Lighting is an aspect of restaurant design that can be easily overlooked by even the most seasoned of owners or managers.
It’s easy to overlook them as a particularly crucial element to your business, but your restaurant’s restrooms can play an important part in its success. A poorly maintained or dirty looking restroom can be a major turn-off in the guest experience. A survey recently conducted by SCA Tissue North America found that nearly one out
Your restaurant is bustling. The dining room is full of people laughing and talking. Servers are moving through your space, taking and delivering orders. By all appearances, business is booming. There’s a palpable energy customers can feel the second they walk through the door. So why isn’t everyone smiling? It’s noise. Your restaurant is just