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Cash is Better Than Transaction Fees!

Cash or Charge: Save Money AND Give Your Customer A Discount

Credit cards have become the currency of choice in restaurants everywhere.  Many restaurateurs report 80% – 85% of their customers pull out plastic when it’s time to pay the bill.  For a long time now the conventional wisdom in food service goes like this: any way the customer wants to pay me I’ll take. But […]

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The Inamo Restaurant London

The Inamo Restaurant: Fun High Tech

The Inamo restaurant in London’s Soho district has taken high-tech ordering to a whole new level.  Gone are the days when picking up a phone at your table was the techiest gig in town.  Sure, some restaurants call themselves high-tech because their servers have wireless pads for taking orders.  Inamo takes it even further: touchscreens […]

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10 Food Safety Tips

One of the most important responsibilities of any restaurateur is the proper implementation of a food safety program.  A lapse in food safety can spell the doom of your restaurant, and if you’re just opening a new restaurant, it can mean a delayed opening night. Good food safety isn’t something you achieve once and then forget about.  It’s […]

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Want Your Fast Food Fancy?

A website called Fancy Fast Food has taken all the mass produced food that makes Americans fat, but that we love to eat, and turned it into top quality fine cuisine, complete with garnish.  The results are actually very stunning, even after viewing the before picture.  Some examples include: Nathan’s Not-So-Famous Faux Foie Gras – […]

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No Spam In Your Email Marketing

Email Marketing: 7 Tips For Restaurants

In the marketing industry, email remains one of the most popular and most effective ways to reach customers.  In the restaurant industry, email marketing can be a great way to build customer loyalty and brand recognition.  It’s cheap, it’s easy, and it’s proven to bring customers in the door.  So why aren’t more restaurants using […]

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