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  • Find An Italian Restaurant That Sells Cook-At-Home Products

    When you're evaluating different Italian restaurants, you'll conventionally find those that sell food for patrons to eat in the establishment and those that also sell food that you can take home. There are many reasons to visit the former type of eatery, but don't discount the value of checking out the latter type, too. This is especially a good idea if you've been to the restaurant to eat in the past and have thoroughly enjoyed the fare. [Read More]

  • 5 Tips For Throwing A Kid's Birthday Party At A Restaurant

    If you have a kid-friendly restaurant in your area, that on top of offering food, offers activities for kids, you have the perfect place to host a birthday party. When planning a birthday party for your kid at a restaurant, there are a few little details you need to take care of.  1. Make a Reservation  Don't just think you can show up on a Saturday afternoon and secure a table for a party of twenty people for your child's birthday party. [Read More]

  • 5 Tips To Bring In Mid-Week Sports Bar Business

    Like most tavern owners, you probably have no problem attracting customers on the weekend. If you own or manage a sports bar, however, attracting business during the week can be difficult. Here are five tips to draw in patrons during the week. 1. Create a Game There may not be a football game on Tuesday or Wednesday, but that doesn't mean you can't entice customers and appeal to their sense of competition. [Read More]

  • Three Creative Menu Ideas To Make Your Steakhouse Kid-Friendly

    Some parents enjoy a night out at a nice steakhouse, but finding a sitter isn't always possible. Making your restaurant's menu a bit more kid-friendly can entice tired but sitter-less parents to come and dine. If you are thinking about adding a kids' menu or tweaking your current offerings, here are some fun ideas to consider that keep with the theme of your restaurant. Kiddie Surf And Turf Kids sometimes like to order just like their parents, and adding a menu item that sounds a bit sophisticated can be fun for little ones. [Read More]

  • Planning Your Family Reunion? How To Give Your Guests An Authentic Taste Of Italy

    If you're planning an Italian dinner event for your next family reunion, you'll want to get all the details exactly right. Italian dining is the perfect way to create an atmosphere that encourages warmth with great food and conversation. Here are three simple tips that will help you plan an Italian dinner event that your family will remember. Set the Tone When it comes to planning an Italian dinner event, you need to make sure that you set the tone right from the start. [Read More]

  • Things To Assess Before You Extend Your Establishment's Happy Hour

    As its name indicates, a happy hour in the restaurant business often lasts 60 minutes. As the restaurant owner, this period of time gives you a chance to hopefully entice more patrons through offers of discounted drinks and food. Not all establishments that have happy hours stick to just 60 minutes, though. Many extend their happy hour to two or even three hours, which can often be a smart business decision. [Read More]

  • Trying To Plan A Birthday Party For A Drinker? Find A Distillery And Follow These Tips

    When it comes to celebrating a birthday for adults, it can be hard to keep things fun without having to go overboard. If you are celebrating the birthday of someone who loves to have fun drinking alcohol, wine or spirits of any kind, a great way to host a birthday celebration is to find a local venue that can be casual but still delicious and fun. Here are some of the tips to follow when trying to find a location that everyone will like. [Read More]

  • Give Your Spouse A Break After A Long Day Of Work

    If your spouse works hard each day, just to come home and turn their attention to preparing a home-cooked meal and tidying up around the house, you may be in awe of the sacrifices that your loved one makes just to keep your household afloat. Treat your partner to a delicious meal that includes some of their favorite types of pizza. Afterward, welcome your spouse to sit down with you to watch a movie that they have been anxious to see. [Read More]

  • Four Super-Unique Milkshake Recipes Your Customers Will Love

    If you have a milkshake wand in your restaurant, then you need to make the most of it! Customers love milkshakes, and if you offer something other than the typical chocolate and vanilla, they will flock for miles to try your unique creations. Here are four truly unique milkshake recipes to experiment with and add to your menu. "Hot" Chocolate Milkshake You've probably heard of mole sauce, the spicy chocolate sauce that's popular in Mexico. [Read More]

  • 4 Tips To Creating The Perfect Burger For Your Restaurant

    As the owner of a burger restaurant, your success lies heavily on how well you can make burgers. If your restaurant can't deliver, customers aren't going to come back, which leaves you without much revenue. Therefore, you need to make sure you are on top of your burger-making game. Here are a few tips to ensure you can make the best burger ever: Tip #1: Select a Beef with Some Fat Content [Read More]