Small Business Saturday is typically focused on the retail industry, but restaurants can certainly profit from it as well. The key is to come up with a few unique and valuable promotions that entice people to visit your restaurant during the holidays and beyond. Here are five Small Business Saturday promotional ideas for your restaurant in 2020.
Autumn is upon us, and with that comes a variety of fall flavors to inspire new dessert creations. A well-crafted dessert menu can be the calling card for your restaurant and help you to draw in customers looking for a sweet treat. Updating your menu periodically and according to season keeps your offerings fresh and gives your loyal customers something new to try. Here are some of our favorites to help inspire your fall dessert menu.
Many dine-in restaurants have struggled to adjust to the regulations placed on dine-in establishments and have leaned heavily on delivery and take-out sales. This is something that is predicted to continue well into the future. Ghost kitchens are a trend that began several years ago, but has now become one of the most effective and efficient ways to open a restaurant. Here we answer five questions about the viability of the ghost kitchen trend.
While Small Business Saturday isn’t until November, it is important for restaurant owners to start preparing now. The pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the restaurant industry and SBS offers a great opportunity to make up some of the lost revenue. Here we take a look at how to get your restaurant ready for Small Business Saturday.
Quikstone Capital has been working with restaurant owners for well over a decade to help them grow and achieve their vision of success. The restaurant industry as a whole has been forced to change and adapt abruptly, and we solute those of you continuing to work to make your dreams happen. With so much information available regarding re-opening procedures, safety precautions, marketing and funding, we decided to narrow it down to a few trusted resources. Click the headlines for more information.