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Buffalo Market Supports Hospitality Industry with COVID-19 Relief Fund
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.
Common Customer Queries and How to Handle Them
The saying goes that the customer is always right and that their requests should not be questioned too extensively, if at all. But it’s more likely than not that, as a restaurant owner, you and your staff will commonly be pitted against a wide array of customer queries relating to all areas of service. It's important to know what kinds of question to expect and how to answer properly. 
How to Secure Repeat Customers for Your Restaurant
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. 
Diner Fraud: Yet Another Way Restaurants Lose Money in Pandemic
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.
US Restaurants to Wait at Least a Month to Access Federal Relief Funds
A landmark piece of legislation, President Biden's American Rescue Plan is a $1.9 trn lifeline for businesses all across the country - yet the difficulty of processing so many applications means that it may be another month until restaurant owners can expect to see these funds appear in their accounts.
7 Ways to Lower Food Costs in 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.
Why Restaurants are Serving Eggs with Dark Yolks
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 Expected to Move to 'Orange' Tier on March 24th
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?
Independent Restaurant Coalition Lead Q&A Web Event, Discussing Future of California Restaurants

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.

The Easy Way to Design Your Restaurant Logo
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.
What Every Restaurant Owner Needs to Know About COVID Relief Bill
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. 
Opening a Restaurant with No Money
Opening a restaurant is far from cheap - in fact, it’s amazingly expensive. You can expect to shell out $450 for every square foot of your new restaurant, and depending on the size of your floorspace, that figure can easily shoot up to $395,000. But opening one with no money isn't as impossible as it seems...
San Francisco to Allow 25% Indoor Dining Capacity, Beginning March 3rd
Following a closure period of nearly three months, restaurants in San Francisco are due to recommence indoor dining at a 25% capacity from Wednesday, March 3rd. Issued by the Health Officer of San Francisco’s Department of Public Health, all businesses in either indoor or outdoor space must recognize and complete a lengthy social distancing protocol - here's everything you need to know.
How Has the Restaurant Industry Been Affected by COVID-19?
The coronavirus pandemic has affected every part of our lives for almost a year now, and while things are beginning to improve there is still a long way to go. Businesses will reopen in the months ahead, but it’s hard to overlook that the hospitality industry has been more negatively affected than perhaps any other.