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Managing Generational Conflict

For the first time in the history of restaurants, there are four distinct generations represented in workplace demographics. This presents challenges and opportunities for foodservice operations.

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Can Family-Owned Restaurants Get In On The Restaurant-To-Retail Trend?

Retailers are eating up restaurant-branded foods because today’s shoppers want to bring the restaurant experience home. Products from chains like P.F. Chang’s and California Pizza Kitchen can be found in supermarkets everywhere. Not so much for independent, family-owned restaurants.

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A World Tour in Queens

Mind the wait times and prices for dining in Manhattan? Bored with all your favorite eateries in Brooklyn? Try Queens, the borough for foodies who want real-people cuisine from just about every country on the planet, and is rapidly growing its retail scene, too.

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Great Wines to Sip This Spring

Austria might not be the first country that comes to mind when you think of wine but it should be.  The combination of Austria’s long history of winemaking and the food- friendly style of their wines make them a favorite with sommeliers around the world.

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The Importance of Your Digits

The hand and the fingers are important in setting us apart from animals. The thumb is the most important digit that does this because of the opposition that is created (the ability of the thumb to touch the other fingers individually).

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Incognito Bistro

Incognito Bistro. I had never heard of it. With the number of NYC restaurants, it would not be uncommon to not have heard of it unless you were in the know…. And it’s ’incognito’ after all…

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Voluntary Benefits Are Now Necessary Benefits: Providing More Options to Employees Without Increasing Your Costs

Your restaurant’s most valuable assets are your employees. And your largest expense? Most likely, also your employees.

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Club Managers Face Change On The Plate

Every season has an opening day. For many in  the Northeast it is presumed that Memorial day is the start of the summer season.

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Maximize Your Efficiency

While new infrastructure is sometimes expensive like natural gas fired stand-alone boilers, or alternate generation sources.  Efficiency doesn’t always require a major financial outlay.

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Responding to Changing Times

In 1965, a woman from Phoenix walked into the New York City office of the New York State Restaurant Association to discuss the idea of no-smoking sections in restaurants.

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