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.
Health and safety have always been important in the restaurant industry, and the past year has amplified that importance to the point where your restaurant's survival hinges on it. While all of the extra steps that have been necessitated by the pandemic are now a part of a restaurant professional's daily life, there are other cleaning and administrative initiatives that require regular attention.
While the celebration will be a bit toned down this year, Mardi Gras is still a reason for restaurant owners to celebrate. There are an unlimited number of promotional opportunities and menu options that can help your restaurant generate revenue. At a time when people need every reason to celebrate, making this Mardi Gras special for your guests can help you to build loyal customers.
Valentine’s Day is typically a great day in the restaurant industry, but this year is sure to be more of a challenge. Restaurants will need to get creative with their promotions and services in order to come close to the revenue typically generated. Here we take a look at how to prepare your restaurant for Valentine’s Day 2021.