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Sign in. Recent updates. Exclusive content not available elsewhere. Post pictures of your patio opening party, or show video of your sommelier highlighting your new wine list. Information about new products or services.

Let your patrons know about your new happy-hour menu. The ability to share their opinions. Thank customers for compliments and respond to criticism.

A restaurant is a business like any other, which means that it has to be managed well to survive.

These tips can help: Play up your strengths and make them matter to your diners. Analyze your competition, determine their deficiencies, and exploit them. Identify your own deficiencies and address them quickly. Continually create new, ownable points of difference between your restaurant and your competition.

Know your audience, realize how your points of difference matter to them, and then determine how to reach them. The following advice can help you design a great menu: Many attractive menu-item names start with the preparation method.

Incorporate reasons that a dish is special, different, or unique into the name. Is your beef dry aged?

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Are your eggs farm fresh?Michael Garvey. If you already own a restaurant, but want to see it do better, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers unbeatable tips and advice of bringing in hungry customers. Details Publisher: Lists with This Book.

Food and Beverage Service for Levels 1 and 2. Toryn Green added it Oct 21, Do not attempt to take inventory while deliveries are being made.