COVID-19: Relief for Restaurants & Hospitality, How to Get it?

Revised 4/2/20 I spent a lot of time this past week researching what government relief options are being provided for restaurants and businesses across the US, who have been affected by COVID-19. In addition, have had many helpful discussions with our clients and consultations with our accountants, banks and related […]

April 2020: How Can Restaurants Adapt to COVID-19?

How Can Restaurants Adapt to COVID-19? These are unprecedented challenges we are facing as an industry. One of the questions we are getting asked the most within our network is “what are other restaurant & hospitality owners/executives doing during this time?” RestaurantZone’s audience of over 100+ small, medium and large sized firms […]

Looking for Restaurant Manager

In today’s article we detail how to attract, identify and cultivate the best restaurant manager for your organization. Which is increasingly important in the current environment we’re in. This 2019 alone, we’ve seen countless articles naming this year the most severe labor shortages in decades for restaurants and hospitality. Employee […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 10/01/2019

The restaurant industry’s share of the food dollar is now at 51% as more Americans eat out than ever before, according to an overview of the US restaurant business.  Read more here: https://articles2.marketrealist.com/2019/09/the-restaurant-industry-an-overview/   Supermarket chain Kroger has opened a food hall in a new store in downtown Cincinnati, in […]

Restaurant Hiring Nightmares & Funny Hiring Stories That Really Happened!

  As you know RestaurantZone works with a variety of clients in the restaurant and hospitality space. And when a new client comes to us, many times we get to hear about their hiring struggles and funny stories that come along with it. We really listen and try to identify […]

Millennial Restaurants: Getting the Most Out of Your Younger Workers

4 Restaurant Insiders share how they’ve manage millennials and Gen Zers in the workplace without sacrificing productivity. Millennials—and their younger cohorts just entering the workforce—sometimes get a bad rap in the workplace. “On the podcast ‘Hugh Acheson Stirs the Pot’ Hugh Acheson and Tom Colicchio nailed it, stating that ‘the […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 4/1/2019

Where’s the beef? Burger King tests a flame-grilled, plant-based patty at eateries in the St. Louis area, with plans to later offer it nationwide.  The no-beef item is being called the Impossible Whopper! Read more here:  https://www.apnews.com/Business%20Wire/4b11f2f3db6f4747901ef35792c95779   Survey shows Olive Garden and Outback Steakhouse are tops in customer satisfaction […]

Restaurant Success Stories: What Makes Thriving Restaurant Groups?

What Makes Successful Restaurant Groups? Today we’re asking what makes successful restaurant groups? At our firm myself & my team have the opportunity to interact with a variety of companies in the restaurant/hospitality industry daily. Of which many are successful restaurant groups that are growing, stagnant firms, and failing operations. […]

What It Takes to Work in a High-Volume Restaurant: 3 Experts Weigh In

Say the words “high-volume restaurant,” and people instantly think of chain establishments—loud, chaotic places where diners turn over quickly, servers and staff hustle to put food on the table, and no one is leaving a big tip. But these types of restaurants are places where you can quickly pick up […]

Failing Restaurants: How Two Establishments Turned Themselves Around

 5 takeaways worth learning if your business is facing challenges Running a restaurant can be risky. One Ohio State University study found that 60 percent of establishments close in the first three years. Adding to risk are the mistakes owners make, even if they’re experienced business people. For Roscoe’s , […]

Career Advice from the Culinary Institute of America That’ll Work for You

You don’t have to graduate from the most famous culinary school to take advantage of these tips! Aspiring chefs and restaurant managers who go to the Culinary Institute of America get a lot of help planning their careers. Besides taking part in a semester-long externship, they get hands-on advice from […]

How to Succeed in the Restaurant Business: 4 Business Insiders Share Their Stories

How to Succeed in the Restaurant Industry: Four people share how they climbed the career ladder, from the bottom up When you’re starting off in the restaurant business (or any company, for that matter), it can be tough to see where your career is headed—and whether you should stay in the […]

Restaurant News Roundup: Mobile Tech, Employee Privacy & Hot Stock

Restaurants take lead in using mobile technologies to boost business.  Read more here:  https://www.modernrestaurantmanagement.com/restaurants-outpace-other-industries-investing-in-mobile-technologies-in-2018/   How restaurant owners can avoid privacy breaches of their employees.  Read more here:  https://www.fastcasual.com/blogs/how-to-avoid-5-restaurant-employee-privacy-breaches/   Restaurant Brands International, parent company of Burger King among others, is a hot stock to hold for dividends.  Read more […]

Restaurant Hiring Trends: 2017 End-of-Year

The data is ready! We analyzed hundreds of our clients and tens of thousands of search queries / web visits from all sizes of restaurants (employers) that utilize RestaurantZone. All from a variety users in the restaurant industry that use our software / website, to also clients that work with […]

How to Increase Restaurant Sales – 4 Strategies to Follow

As Mark Cuban says, “Sales cures all”. In today’s post hear from the experts and what clients have been doing to increase their restaurants sales. 1) Customer Service & Customer Retention: Need more customers? Do you have a lot customers come in the door of your restaurant, but few returning customers? […]

4 Ways to Boost Holiday Restaurant Traffic with SMS

People enjoy gathering to eat, especially over the holidays or while out shopping for friends and family. You want to encourage as many guests as possible to stop in your restaurant as they are visiting with friends or out and about running errands for the holiday season. Text messaging can […]

Restaurant Consultant – How to Hire One that is a Leadership Coach

So You’re Thinking About Selling Your Restaurant? You’ve worked hard for years running your restaurant. Now it is time to cash in the chips and take some time off and go on some of those tropical vacations you always hear about from your customers! But exactly what do you do […]

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