As indoor dining becomes a more frequent occurrence, hospitality businesses are beginning to see a return to revenue streams not seen since before the pandemic. Yet many restaurants are still in need of relief resources, and Buffalo Market is on-hand to help with its "Restaurant Bridge" six-month credit scheme.
Just about every customer service industry will see its fair share of new and emerging trends, which can alter a company’s product line up for a short time or revolutionize the way they do business in years to come. As we emerge from the pandemic, these are the trends restaurants should be paying attention to in 2021.
What distinguishes a bar from a restaurant is its versatility, where the set theme of your business is allowed a far greater degree of wiggle room to truly become something unique and incredible. The most important consideration should be how to market your bar in a bespoke way – and these are some top tips to keep in mind.
Ranking among the most favorable reviews and the volume of traffic your online website generates, the most valuable assets of any restaurant will always be the number of familiar faces you can trust to keep coming back. Here's why you need to secure more repeat customers.
As though it weren’t already hard enough to keep a business afloat, scammers have been thriving in a time of social and economic crisis by disputing card charges made to restaurants - after they've consumed their product. The rise of diner fraud is a major blow to an industry which has already seen a quarter-trillion-dollar downturn over the past 12 months, and here's how it's happening.
The interior of a restaurant is where a business owner can really express the personality of their food service establishment, but the line between quirkiness and functionality is a challenging one to balance out. You want to be stylish, bespoke, and unusual - but you need to remember this is a still a restaurant, not a modern art piece...
Millennials represent one of the most influential consumer bases in the country, with over $200 bn of their combined income pumped into the economy. They are also extremely keen on dining out and trying new things, too, so it certainly pays to make use of new and inventive ways to attract millennials to your restaurant.
40% of all food served in US restaurants ends up in the garbage can, accounting for a problem worth almost $170 bn. Mitigating the amount of food waste in your restaurant is one of the leading ways to keep down the cost of keeping your kitchens stocked, as well as plenty of other handy tips. When it comes to keeping your overhead down and reducing the damage on the environment, here are 7 of the best ways to do it.
Organic food has gone from a mostly misunderstood niche to a multi-billion industry. Demand for fresher, more environmentally conscious ingredients is pushing many restaurants toward a more sustainable approach to their menu - but why exactly is organic food on the rise?
Many believe that freezing a cut of meat can diminish its flavor and nutritional value, but that isn't always the case. Besides, there are plenty of benefits to be gained from freezing, namely the convenience of being able to bulk-buy and plan out what you're going to eat in the weeks ahead.
Consumer awareness of the benefits of eating organic produce has pushed it into becoming a $55 bn industry in the last 18 months, making the decision to open your own organic restaurant more viable than ever. But there are still a few things to consider when you do...
Opening a restaurant is the dream of many food-lovers, yearning to turn their passion for food into a moneymaking enterprise. But in order to get the right amount of investment to put you on your feet, you're going to need a solid business plan outlining every aspect of what you want to do, and exactly how you plan to do it.
Eggs come in all different shapes and sizes - and their yolks come in a variety of shades as well. But why is a darker, richer yolk better for you than a lighter yellow yolk? Well, it all has to do with the health and happiness of the hen that laid it, and here's why.
San Francisco is expected to move to more relaxed 'orange'-tier COVID restrictions from March 24th, with many restaurants enjoying expanded 50% dining capacity. But what are the new rules for restaurant owners to know about lockdown restrictions begin to loosen?
In a landmark piece of legislation, President Biden's American Rescue Plan gives almost $30 bn to the fledgling US restaurant industry - but how exactly will those funds affect your business? A virtual Q&A with the Independent Restaurant Coalition gives plenty of insight, and its key points are presented here.
Restaurants are fast-paced and challenging environments, with a countless number of issues that may arise at any moment: the quickest way to get a point across is with the right terminology. Knowing industry-specific language is an extremely useful time-saving practice among your workforce, so be sure to look through our ultimate guide of food service terms and phrases.
Your logo can represent more than just your product, but your reputation as well. Fortunately, designing an eye-catching, quality restaurant logo doesn’t need to be expensive, and you won’t need to hire a graphic designer to make it for you.
One year after the COVID-19 outbreak was officially recognised as a pandemic, US President Joe Biden has signed the American Rescue Plan into law, with many businesses and restaurants set to benefit from this $1.9 trillion relief fund. Here's everything you need to know about this new financial lifeline.
If you're a restaurant owner looking to get your hands on plenty of high-quality free range eggs – perhaps even as many 180? – then Buffalo Market is on-hand to help you find great products at an even sweeter price. Take a look here for the A-grade eggs we have at competitive wholesale prices.
Creating a menu that is clearly laid out, enticing, and regularly updated is one of the safest ways of keeping your business afloat, as the food on that menu is the primary lifeblood of any food-serving entity right now. With so many businesses being delivery-only, you're going need to optimize your menu as the face of your restaurant - and here's how to do it.
Turning your passion for cooking into an enterprise that not only pays the bills, but puts a fire in your soul, is the dream of restauranteurs everywhere. But dreams often aren’t straightforward, so there are plenty of things to consider when opening a restaurant of your own - - let's take a look at what you need to know.