While it still may be a bit scaled back, this year's Fourth of July celebration should be a bit more festive than in 2020. With many restaurants back to operating at one hundred percent capacity, putting together an event to commemorate our nation's independence is a great way to kick off the summer. Here are some ideas about how to celebrate the Fourth of July at your restaurant.
Memorial Day is only a couple of weeks away, and if you haven’t already started your promotions, now is the time. This a day to remember those who have given their lives for our freedom, and it is also a weekend that is typically defined by major retail sales. As most areas have begun to welcome shoppers at full capacity, Memorial Day 2021 will provide small businesses with an excellent opportunity to generate revenue. Here we take a look at five ways to promote your retail store for the holiday weekend.
Cinco de Mayo is widely celebrated in the United States, but there is a lot we may not know about this fun holiday. While many of us think of it as a day to go out and enjoy a few margaritas, it has a great deal of history and intrigue behind it. Here we take a look at ten fun facts about Cinco de Mayo.
Spring break is here and while travel may be a bit limited this year, there are still ample opportunities to profit from this fun time. For restaurants in tourist areas, this is an extremely important time of year. The hope is enough people make their way out to support local restaurants despite the restrictions. Turning your restaurant into a fun destination is key to bringing in guests. Here we take a look at five tips to make your restaurant the place to be this spring break.
Creating an all-Irish menu for St. Patrick’s Day is a great way to promote your restaurant. Traditional foods and your own take on old school recipes can be a big hit. Promotions should start early and be sure to let your customers know about delivery and take-out options. Here we take a look at ten recipes to inspire your St. Patrick’s Day restaurant menu.