Gourmet Sandwiches For You And Your Co-Workers

Posted on: 24 April 2020

Fresh-baked bread, sliced meat, gourmet cheese, and an array of condiments may be the ingredients you envision when you contemplate purchasing lunch from a sandwich shop. If you and your co-workers hold a monthly staff meeting, treat everyone to a delicious lunch and take the opportunity to rate the sandwiches, based upon their appearance, taste, and texture. Decide How The Meal Will Be Served There are several ways that you can present the sandwiches to your peers. [Read More]

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

Posted on: 26 October 2019

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

Posted on: 26 October 2019

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

Posted on: 30 August 2019

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]