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It’s the dream of everyone who has ever whipped up a meal for their family and friends and been told that the meal was a ringing success: starting one’s own restaurant. Many people have this dream
4 Tips for Surviving the First Year in the Restaurant Business If you enjoy working with others, you may want to get into the food industry. The National Restaurant Association states there are 1.6 mi
7 skills you simply must have to succeed as a restaurant manager Managing a restaurant may not be at the top of the list when it comes to demanding and exciting careers. But successful restaurant mana
Source: Shopify After 17 years in kitchens, I sought to create a new source for clothing and community for today’s chefs and restaurants. While working full time as private chef to Jerry Seinfel
This is a guest post from Mason Bruce. He started his culinary adventure a couple of years ago and he tells us, “Despite the hard work and long hours, I am so glad I took the leap into opening my ow
The hottest flavors and fads of last year are slowly being moved out of menus as newer and more exotic flavors are needed to get diners in the door.
Restaurants can be a tricky business. You can have the best food, the best service and the best atmosphere, and it’s still possible that people won’t come to fill up the seats. It’s difficult to
There are many great franchise opportunities out there, but some may be a better fit for you, your management style and finances, and your location.
Instead of starting a business from scratch, invest your money into one of this year's best restaurant franchises.
Why make an entire Thanksgiving dinner when you can just open a bag of chips, or two: find out more in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
Meet Chef the cook, Bumblebee the greeter, and Fatty, the waiter in today's Business Ideas in the News.
One man’s opinion: The White House is out to destroy fast food franchising as we know it. By Jack Jordans. It’s long been the dream of liberals everywhere to make us all the same. Any skil
Taipei Times: Itâ€™s noon in Taipei, 5am in Paris and midnight in New York as I take my seat in economy class. The seatbelt and no smoking lights have been switched on and the monitor on the wall
A restaurant in Burbank, California called Not a Burger Stand has created a fun way of offering their customers discounts. Each week they draw a cartoon character on their chalkboard and encourage the
WorldCrunch: The meal is good. Itâ€™s Korean, nine courses (various mushroom dishes, black chicken soup, traditional barbecue, rice balls for dessert) and nicely presented â€“ but no differe
Cassandra Daily: Washington, DC’s Hill Country BBQ launched delivery to the National Mall on Independence Day, and theyâ€™re keeping it up all summer long. Alfresco diners supply their own
According to the Consumer Expenditure Midyear Update from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the average American household’s restaurant spending has increased to the point at which it last was i
As a restaurant manager, you have a difficult job. Often, your employees will demonstrate many of the same behaviors you do. A â€œdo what I say, not what I doâ€ approach to management is almo
A New York restaurant hired a firm to investigate why their service was getting slower. They published these results to Craigslist: We are a popular restaurant for both locals and tourists alike. Havi
You can’t easily travel to North Korea, but if you’re in or near Washington DC you can sample their recipes at a new North Korean restaurant called Pyongyang Soondae (or Pyongyang Sausage