Tag Archives: management by menu

7 Steps to Effective Manager Meetings

By David Scott Peters, www.therestaurantexpert.com Do you have manager meetings? I’m not talking about the passing-in-the-hall quick conversations, but actual sit-down meetings where you focus on moving the business forward? If you are having sit-down meetings, are they effective? Communication in restaurants is key to getting anything done, from cleaning to profitability. The big communication challenge in restaurant management is ...

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Profitable, Yet Undervalued Produce

With a stunning 52% of all produce in the U.S. going uneaten according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, it is more important now than ever to feature a versatile assortment of produce on your menu. Lesser-known produce such as salsifies, turnips, and beets may look peculiar, but they offer flavorful properties that you would never expect from their appearance. ...

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How to Hit a Home Run in Labor Controls

By David Scott Peters, www.therestaurantexpert.com How do you make money in the restaurant business? The reality is it’s the small things that add up, such as reducing the cost of cheese by a nickel a pound, or reducing the number of garbage pickups a month by one. But every so often, with the bases loaded, you bring up your cleanup ...

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What Point of Sale System Should You Get?

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By David Scott Peters, TheRestaurantExpert.com I give presentations, seminars and workshops all over the United States and Canada and if you asked me what’s the most commonly-asked question I get, that would be easy to answer. It’s, “What point of sale system should I get?” I understand more than anyone that this is probably the most important equipment purchase you ...

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