Historically, people have thought of steakhouses as being upscale eateries. The dress code is typically business casual or above, and guests are expected to follow fine dining etiquette. Visiting an upscale steakhouse can be an enjoyable experience, but if you run a steakhouse and want to set it apart, you may want to consider departing from this classic, upscale narrative. You can run a casual steakhouse — and guests will love it.
Owning a restaurant means in order to stay relevant, you have to meet the growing and changing needs of your patrons. Adding a banquet room to your restaurant may be the right decision, and here are just a few reasons why. You appeal to a new audience A banquet room can be used for a variety of things, from a wedding reception or rehearsal dinner to a corporate meeting or even a hosted community event.
Finding the problems inside your restaurant isn't always easy, especially if you are close to your employees. However, a few years ago I could tell that things weren't going well, and that I needed to do more to improve food quality. I started carefully evaluating every aspect of my restaurant, and before I knew it, I found little changes that made a big difference. This blog is all about making your restaurant a little bit better--one change at a time. You never know, the changed you make today might become the profits that you will make tomorrow. Check out the rest of this blog to learn more.