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Evolving Your Menu To Be Contact-Free

As restaurants continue to open their dining rooms, one staple of the sit-down experience may never look the same—the menu. Traditionally a high-touch surface for guests, menus of the handheld variety are being rethought to reduce the spread of germs and contact points at the table. Consider these ways to evolve your menu to make...



Moving forward, the dine-in experience will look very different for your team and your guests. So anticipating everyone’s concerns, needs and demands now will help your restaurant return to profitability sooner. If you’re ready to reopen, we’re ready to help you navigate the new normal with checklists and strategies that will prepare your operations for...


WOULD YOU LIKE GROCERIES WITH THAT? How Restaurants Are Offering In-Demand Essentials

The original idea of a “grocerant” was simple: get grocery store customers to spend more time shopping by offering prepared foods and a sit-down dining experience. But in the wake of COVID-19, restaurants have put a new spin on the “grocerant” concept by offering essential goods of their own. Adding in-demand items to their menu—like...


7 Ways To Keep Customers Coming Back For Curbside Pickup

While nothing can replace the in-restaurant experience, establishing an efficient and memorable curbside pickup program can keep customers coming back for more. With the right approach, restaurants can build trust and even help customers have a little fun, too. So show your customers you’re thinking about their needs in entertaining, helpful and useful ways with...

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