Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week?
A Guide for Waiters and Restaurants Navigating Coronavirus – CNN Business
Amid coronavirus fears that encourage people to stay home, restaurants and bars are taking a hit. From sending home sick staff and wearing masks to communicating safety to customers, here’s what restaurant workers can do.
Midnight Tornado Damages Multiple Restaurants and Bars in Nashville – Eater Nashville
Tornadoes swept through Nashville last week, killing 19 people and damaging or destroying many of the city’s beloved restaurants. Eater Nashville gives a list of restaurants that were affected or closed until further notice – reach out, check in, and find out how you can help.
How to Use a Menu Engineering Worksheet – Toast
You know how menu engineering works in theory, but do you know how to put it to practice? Try this free menu engineering from Toast, which helps operators understand the performance of each menu item, including which ones are most profitable and which ones are hurting the bottom line.
That Subscription Life – Expedite
“Frequency and spend.” That’s the secret to subscription-based café and restaurant services, like the $8.99/month coffee subscription Panera introduced last month. Here, restaurant-tech reporter Kristen Hawley explores the numbers and behavior behind loyalty and rewards programs.