Industry Insights

Metro New York Mixology

With limited distribution at present, currently only in New York State, Sag Harbor “Old Whalers Style” Rum should be on your very short list of things that you must find. by Warren Bobrow

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Foodservice Tenants - Negotiate Your Commercial Lease or Renewal

For the past 10 years, The Lease Coach has been speaking at foodservice shows all across the United States and Canada. Some of the most popular shows where thousands of tenants have taken our seminars are the California, Florida and New York Food Service shows.

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Youth in Bars

When we were young, boy was it fun to go to the bars to get drunk.  Then we got a little older and we decided to eat before we went out.  Then, we got even older and found that we could eat and drink right at the bar without the hassle of the restaurant reservation and the rowdy crowds at the bar.  And who do we trust to service us so completely?  Our bartenders!

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The Five Ws of Restaurant Branding: Who, What, When, Where and Why

Most independent restaurant owners think they’re in the food business, when in reality, they’re in the experience business. And the only way to deliver a unique and consistent experience that will endear you to your customers is through a well thought-out and developed brand.

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Blow a Disc

Working in the kitchen takes muscles. Holding a vegetable in the grinder, rolling out dough, lifting slabs of meat, bundles of veggies, or carrying them all in your stock pot; it can really take its toll.

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Have You Thought of Banning Kids? …Think Again

About two years ago I informed my readers that a restaurant in Pennsylvania had banned children less than six years of age. My first reaction was, “Here we go again.” Let me refresh your memory.

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Is It Safe?

In the classic 70s movie Marathon Man, the character Dr. Christian Szell, the Nazi war criminal played so menacingly by Sir Lawrence Olivier, continually asks the film’s lead character, played by Dustin Hoffman “Is it safe?

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Protect Your Restaurant Against Employment Practices Liability Exposures

Like all companies, restaurants are vulnerable to claims brought by their employees, former employees or potential employees.

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Long Island Based Firm Brings Restaurant-Centric Payroll Service to Tri-State OP’s

According to Michael Busch, President of Valiant Solutions, it’s imperative, with all the payroll and human resource compliance issues in the hospitality industry, that restaurants stay ahead of the curve in dealing with them.

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Finding Money for Improvements Fast

How Venture Cash Advance provides capital advances to help restaurants reach their business goals.

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