How to identify the audience you want dining at your restaurant.
It seems like every food and beverage establishment has some sort of musical entertainment for customers to enjoy, especially along the Jersey Shore beaches.
These tools have provided users with hours of entertainment, distraction, as well as benefited businesses in more ways than one.
Regardless if you have been in the food truck business for years or if you are just starting out in the mobile food industry, festivals are great locations to find customers.
Restaurants are now offering up their dining rooms for you to plug in during non-dining hours.
Here are some ways customers are critiquing your restaurant that has nothing to do with the food.
Although having a good menu and a professional staff is important to an eatery’s success, having a favorable location will give the business those extra points for convenience.
While many restaurants boast that they are “kid-friendly,” welcoming families with little ones, some restaurants do the opposite by enforcing age restrictions with their diners.
Restaurateurs pay close attention to every detail to enhance the atmosphere of the restaurant, and secretly control the mood of the customer.
Stealing could be happening right in the restaurant’s kitchen, and the numbers are alarmingly high.