Hotel, Restaurant & Bar News
Kerfuffle in the Kitchen
On April 1, 2013, in Boutique Hotels, effective marketing, kitchen, motivation, public relations, restfinance.com, by Meg McDonough
Volunteering to service outside of one’s ordinary station, regardless of managerial hierarchy is called “Snap”.
Stormy Weather Plans
On March 26, 2013, in Banquet & Catering, Catering Kitchen, Emergency Kitchen Plans, kitchen, restfinance.com, SOP Storm Plans, by Meg McDonough
During a “big storm” the dining event may well be your most important role – and the most appreciated and memorable experience your guests will ever encounter.
Don’t Follow the Lemmings Over This Fiscal Cliff
On February 7, 2013, in Cyber critiques, Management, managerial leadership qualities, People & Productivity, by Meg McDonough
“Get it right the first time” should be the motto across the board. When repeat poor service occurs, it just lowers the standards and morale of the operations and, not surprisingly, the business suffers.
Focus on the Focus Group Surveys
On February 5, 2013, in Boutique Hotels, focus group, Management, monitoring quality, restfinance.com, Surveys, by Meg McDonough
Demand to be the best and demonstrate your willingness to change for the best and experience improvement in your F&B operations.
Guard Your Secret Recipe, Not the Secret Service – Maybe
On April 20, 2012, in appetizers, copyright, Cuisine & Menus, heart-healthy, legal,
recipe, seared scallops, secret recipe, trademarks, Trends, by Meg McDonough
Use trademarks to protect the brand identity of your company, and keep your recipe a closely guarded secret.