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Dining Room and Banquet Management
Anthony J. Strianese and Pamela P. StrianeseThis text is for the introductory course in a hospitality management program that covers dining room and banquet management. Its emphasis is on the service aspects of a business that will distinguish an outstanding dining experience. The text includes the history of dining room and banquet service, the proper techniques of service, sanitation requirements, and important merchandising concepts. In addition, information about reservations, priority seating, and reservations systems is also included.
Menus for Chez Panisse
Patricia CurtanChez Panisse, a small restaurant in Berkeley, California, opened its doors in the summer of 1971. For forty years, the restaurant and its founder, legendary chef Alice Waters, has had a profound influence on food, farming, cooking, and dining around the world. In the beginning, Waters saw the beauty and aesthetic of fine printing as a way to communicate at the outset of the diners' experience the care and attention given to the preparation of their dinner. Berkeley-based artist Patricia Curtan began hand printing menus for the restaurant during its early years, while employed as a cook in the Chez Panisse kitchen. Curtan's menus, works of art in their own right, capture the unique spirit of the famous restaurant with letterpress and linoleum-block prints on beautiful paper. In Menus for Chez Panisse, Curtan presents four decades of menus including dinners for special guests such as Julia Child, Hillary Clinton, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and James Beard with notes about the menus, the artwork, the occasions, and, of course, the food.
How to Open Your Own Restaurant: A Guide for Entrepreneurs
Richard Ware and James RudnickDo restaurants make you think of tempting dishes served in a cozy, intimate setting? Or fine dining in elegant surroundings? It takes a lot more than culinary skill and appealing ambience to open a restaurant. In this invaluable guide, coomplete with charts, facts, and figures, Richrd Ware and James Rudnick draw upon years of successful experience to tell you everything you need to know about: Money: How much you need to start up; how to find sources for funding; step-by-step plans for forecasting expenses; what you should know about the hidden costs Location: How to research the competition; whether to seek a residential or commercial setting; how to build a customer profile; revealing case studies and critiques Design and Operation: Floor plans and seating; constructing; inventory; twenty steps to opening Hiring: How to find the experts; free advice as well as professional assistance; how to establish rules for your day-to-day staff; when to use advertising. Don't even think about starting a restaurant without first reading How to Open Your Own Restaurant
Start Your Own Restaurant (and Five Other Food Businesses) (Entrepreneur Magazine's Start Ups)
Entrepreneur Press and Jacquelyn LynnAmericans spends nearly $175 billion a year eating out. As consumers are dining out or taking prepared food home with increased frequency, food-service operations are skyrocketing. There's plenty of room for more food businesses, but for a successful startup you need more than just good recipes. You also need to know about planning, capitalization, inventory control and payroll management. Here's everything you need to consider when starting your own restaurant, pizzeria, coffeehouse, delicatessen, bakery, or catering business. Interviews with successful eatery owners show how others have made their food business dreams come true. Among the many topics covered are: Set-up and equipment Inventory Staffing Legal structure Location Permits Sanitation Marketing Financial management You also get a glossary and an appendix of additional helpful food industry resources.
Start Your Own Restaurant Business and More: Pizzeria, Coffeehouse, Deli, Bakery, Catering Business (Start Your Own Restaurant & More)
Jacquelyn LynnMake Your Dreams of Owning a Profitable Eatery Come True Americans spend nearly $600 billion a year eating out. As consumers are dining out or taking prepared food home with increased frequency, food-service operations are skyrocketing. There's plenty of room for more food businesses, but for a successful startup you need more than just good recipes. You also need to know about planning, capitalization, inventory control, and payroll management. Here's everything you need to consider when starting your own restaurant, pizzeria, coffeehouse, delicatessen, bakery, or catering business. Interviews with successful eatery owners show how others have made their food business dreams come true. Among the many topics covered are: Set-up and equipment Inventory Staffing Legal structure Location Permits Sanitation Marketing Financial management Fully updated with the newest trends in menu items, décor, and themes, plus recent market statistics and forecasts, this guide is your roadmap to success.
Understanding Food: Principles and Preparation
Amy Christine BrownUNDERSTANDING FOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PREPARATION is your introductory guide to learning about foods, food preparation, food service, and food science. Integrating these key topics with relevant information about nutrition and the food industry, the fourth edition gives you a thorough overview of the different dimensions of food principles--and insight into the variety of career options available in the food industry. Numerous photographs and illustrations help you understand and apply what you read.
Running a Restaurant For Dummies
Michael Garvey, Heather Dismore and Andrew DismoreMillions of Americans dream of owning and running their own restaurant — because they want to be their own boss, because their cooking always draws raves, or just because they love food. Running a Restaurant For Dummies covers every aspect of getting started for wannabe restaurateurs. From setting up a business plan and finding financing, to designing a menu and dining room, you’ll find all the advice you need to start and run a successful restaurant.Even if you don’t know anything about cooking or running a business, you might still have a great idea for a restaurant — and this handy guide will show you how to make your dream a reality. 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. From start to finish, you’ll learn everything you need to know to succeed:Put your ideas on paper with a realistic business planAttract investors to help get the business off the groundBe totally prepared for your grand openingMake sure your business is legal and above boardHire and train a great staffDevelop a delicious menuIf you’re looking for expert guidance from people in the know, then Running a Restaurant For Dummies is the only book you need. Written by Michael Garvey, co-owner of the famous Oyster Bar at Grand Central, with help from writer Heather Dismore and chef Andy Dismore, this book covers all the bases, from balancing the books to training staff and much more:Designing and theme and a conceptTaking over an existing restaurant or buying into a franchiseStocking and operating a barWorking with partners and other investorsChoose a perfect locationHiring and training an excellent staffPricing menu itemsDesigning the interior of the restaurantPurchasing and managing suppliesMarketing your restaurant to customersIf you’re looking for a new career as a restaurateur, or you need new ideas for your struggling restaurant, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers expert advice in a fun, friendly format. Packed with practical advice and expert wisdom on every aspect of the food service business, this guide is all you need to get cooking.
Managefirst Customer Service with Pencil/Paper Exam and Test Prep
Appropriate for Customer Service, Front of the House, or Dining Room Management courses within Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management departments.
Running a Restaurant For Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance))
Michael Garvey, Andrew G. Dismore and Heather H. DismoreThe easy way to successfully run a profitable restaurantMillions of Americans dream of owning and running their own restaurant — because they want to be their own boss, because their cooking always draws raves, or just because they love food. Running a Restaurant For Dummies covers every aspect of getting started for aspiring restaurateurs. From setting up a business plan and finding financing, to designing a menu and dining room, you'll find all the advice you need to start and run a successful restaurant. Even if you don't know anything about cooking or running a business, you might still have a great idea for a restaurant — and this handy guide will show you how to make your dream a reality. If you already own a restaurant, but want to see it get more successful, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers unbeatable tips and advice for bringing in hungry customers. From start to finish, you'll learn everything you need to know to succeed.New information on designing, re-designing, and equipping a restaurant with all the essentials—from the back of the house to the front of the houseDetermining whether to rent or buy restaurant propertyUpdated information on setting up a bar and managing the wine list Profitable pointers on improving the bottom lineThe latest and greatest marketing and publicity options in a social-media worldManaging and retaining key staffNew and updated information on menu creation and the implementation of Federal labeling (when applicable), as well as infusing local, healthy, alternative cuisine to menu planningRunning a Restaurant For Dummies gives you the scoop on the latest trends that chefs and restaurant operators can implement in their new or existing restaurants.
The Harvey House Cookbook: Memories of Dining Along the Santa Fe Railway
George H. Foster and Peter C. WeiglinIn the 1870s, people traveling west of the Mississippi were still venturing into the wild. Loud, smoke-belching trains might have cut across the rough terrain, but harsh weather, rigid seats, and short breaks for bad food in the middle of nowhere showed the West was by no means won. Entrepreneur Fred Harvey had an eye for such problems and a nerve for the impossible. In 1876, he began establishing high-quality dining rooms along the Santa Fe Railroad, and his Harvey Houses helped change the entire picture of the American West. Recapture the spirit of the first western railway excursions with The Harvey House Cookbook. Its 200-plus vintage recipes, numerous period photos, and fascinating stories will take readers back to one of America's legendary experiences in the Old West.

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Address 6324 FAIRVIEW RD
Suite 500 Suite 500
Charlotte , NC 28210
USA
Telephone704-731-8440
Web justfresh.com
Email Salloum, Joseph JosephS@JustFresh.com
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