How and where people sit in a restaurant makes a huge difference in their dining experience. Not only does the seating have to be comfortable and accommodating, but it also must fit in with the rest of the atmosphere and aesthetic. Fortunately, restaurant seating solutions are more diverse and comprehensive than ever before.
Increasing profit margins and the number of repeat restaurant visitors require more than hungry people and a meticulously plated meal. So how can commercial kitchens stay ahead of trends and help their teams increase customer loyalty?
Yes, it's early November. Yes, in some department stores, holiday displays have been out for more than a month. It's also time to start thinking about holiday office parties and winter-themed celebrations. Yes, we have a checklist to help you make the most of your service, but first some basics.
The holiday season is a time to celebrate together. That may mean more time spent at home, but plenty of people who enjoy going out to fine dining establishments with their families, group of friends, or co-workers. As a restaurant operator, you understand how important it is to have the right set-up for your tables that reflects the themes of the holiday season and evokes the right spirit.
While many people believe that convenience stores and gas stations make most of their money at the pumps, that is actually far from the truth. In reality, the food and beverage sales inside the store are the most critical part of any convenience store's bottom line, making it essential to get customers inside the store. Once they're inside, the merchandising of items becomes vital.
P3 Reps has always had you covered, but covered has traditionally meant northern New Jersey, southern New York, western Connecticut, and the greater Tri-State area. We're now happy to announce we've got our neighbors upstate covered, as well.
The onset of COVID-19 has posed a serious strain on the healthcare system across the world. Though details on how the virus is spread or how it can even be treated are day-to-day in terms of what we know, there's no doubting the adverse effects on the economy and our healthcare systems are big.
As life returns to a somewhat normal pace, and we venture into the hopeful future post Covid-19, some new habits will follow us for years. That's okay, following guidelines and being extra careful with our hygienic practices is important when it comes to re-opening your foodservice operation. Additionally, it helps your consumers see that you care and gives them a little hope seeing their favorite place serving those delicious meals again. So, how do you adjust to the new regulations and maintain customer and team safety as the world adjusts? We've got you covered when it comes to reopening, and the best tools to use.
As we face adversity and work to battle the worldwide pandemic in 2020, sanitization is essential. Everyone knows it and everybody's heard of it, but it doesn't delay the stress or struggle that comes with having access to the necessary equipment.
Move over gas-based kitchens, induction cook equipment trends are taking over! European foodservice has been making the transition into electric-based cooking for a while, and now it's finally time for America to get a chance to shine. Introducing induction cooking in your commercial kitchen is a benefit for business as well as the economy. Who doesn't love amazing profits while being eco-friendly?