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A commercial range is the lifeline of a kitchen, and it’s this range that will handle the majority of your restaurant’s cooking. But whether you’re starting a restaurant from scratch or replacing a range, there is a lot to consider.

Read moreHow to Choose the Best Professional Gas Range

Purchasing a restaurant helps alleviate a lot of the initial issues when starting a restaurant, and you may consider buying a bar / restaurant that you frequent often. When you go into a local establishment and find that it’s always filled with patrons laughing and drinking, it may seem like a good choice for a purchase.

But there are a lot of questions to ask when buying a business.

Read moreQuestions You Better Ask Before Buying a Restaurant

Restaurant food waste can quickly lead to inflated food costs. If a chef has made a special stew on Tuesday and there is a lot of leftovers, discarding this food, while it’s still good, will lead to restaurant waste.

You're throwing money away if you’re not trying to get profit from it.

Read moreRestaurant Food Waste Management Tips: Turn Your Leftovers Into Profit

Restaurant owners are many things, but most are not architects. The owner will have an idea in mind for their restaurant layout and design, but while the design may look nice, it may be an architectural disaster.

Simple mistakes in a restaurant’s floor planning can lead to less efficiency and more overhead for the owner.

Read more10 Common Architectural Mistakes Restaurants Should Avoid

Everyone loves to dine out. Even more, everyone loves take out. Or, ‘take-away’ in other cultural terminology. But, when you consider how many people on our planet order take out, and how many disposable plates are being used, do you ever think about where those plates end up? Landfills? The ocean?

VerTerra did.

Read moreGo Green With VerTerra Palm Leaf Disposable Supplies

If you’ve ever watched Kitchen Nightmares, you know that chef Gordon Ramsey has stepped foot into some kitchens that should have been closed down a long time ago. These restaurants are failing, and they definitely lack a cleaning checklist.

Read moreRestaurant Cleaning Checklists to Save You From Fines

Rude customers are often the clients from hell, and handling them requires a different approach based on each situation. Today, we’re going to learn how to deal with these patrons, and why some guests have a reason for being the way that they are.

Read moreRude Customers in Restaurants: Dealing With Guests from Hell

When it comes to kitchen organization and safety, labels are crucial. The right kitchen labeling system can make your kitchen more efficient while reducing the risk of foodborne illness. But restaurant food labels are more than just an organization hack – they're a requirement by the FDA.

Learning how to properly label your food will provide your restaurant with long-term benefits and save you money along the way.

Read moreRestaurant Food Labeling Systems: Saving Big Money With Little Stickers

A meat slicer is designed to reduce food prep time. The perfect slicer for your commercial kitchen depends on your needs. When buying a commercial meat slicer, you’ll find that there are a lot of variables:

  • Size
  • Price
  • Safety features

Today, we’re going to cover some of the basic tips every restaurant owner can follow when choosing slicing equipment.

Read moreQuick and Easy Guide to Buying the Right Slicing Equipment

Looking to sell more wine bottles at your restaurant? It’s true that guests usually prefer wine sold by the glass, but with the right strategies and a knowledgeable staff, you can boost your wine-by-the-bottle sales.

Read moreThe Secret of Selling Wine by Bottles

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