There’s nothing like a summer night filled with great people, delicious food, and cool drinks. But what happens when your restaurant isn’t just competing with neighboring establishments for summertime diners, but also with guests’ own backyards? Here are some suggestions for restaurant owners looking to lure customers away from at-home barbeques and into their establishments.
Summertime is the busiest season of the year for many restaurant owners. How your restaurant performs during the critical summer months can often mean the difference between ending the year in the black, or in the red. So, how do you attract more customers eager to celebrate summer by dining out without investing in pricey
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
For many restaurants located in communities that don’t attract tourists, summer can be a very challenging season. As the weather improves, more diners are choosing to stay home and grill out. When school lets out, families go out of town for extended vacations. But at the same time, there’s a lot of untapped opportunity in
Even before warmer weather is upon us and schools start letting out — giving college students and families more time to enjoy meals outside the house — your restaurant should start planning for the summer season. You want to entice new and returning guests to come out to your place and enjoy themselves while the
Sunny days and warmer weather may still seem so far away, but the reality is summer will be here before you know it. If your restaurant isn’t prepared for the rush it might see in business (or the possibility of existing staff wanting more time off), you could be leaving a lot of money on