More than ever, people want to treat their moms and celebrate them. This year, restaurants can play a special role this holiday by helping people bring a bit of what makes a restaurant meal celebratory to their mom. Here are steps you can take to celebrate moms wherever they are, share what you’re doing to make the day special, and encourage people to celebrate Mom in the future.
Even if guests can’t sit in your dining room, they still want to celebrate Mother’s Day with their families. With great food and restaurant expertise, you can help them do just that.
Mother’s Day is one of the busiest days for restaurants, and this year you can continue to be there for your guests and let them know how they can celebrate the holiday with you.
As more guests order delivery and takeout, you might need to change your menu and processes to account for the increase in to-go meals.
Now is the time to remind guests of brighter times when they’ll be able to treat Mom to a full-service meal in your restaurant.
Lean into the new normal of over-communicating your cleanliness standards to diners.