Training Your Restaurant Crew

Training Your Restaurant Crew

  • 3 Authentic Italian Foods You Have To Try

    Italian cuisine is one of the most popular and well-loved cuisines in the world. And it's no wonder why. There's an endless variety of delicious dishes to choose from, and each one is more mouth-watering than the last. If you're looking to get a taste of real Italy, then you need to try out these three authentic Italian foods. Risotto Risotto is a classic Italian dish made with Arborio rice, broth, and Parmesan cheese.

  • Good Lunch Options To Offer At Your Waterfront Seafood Restaurant

    Creating a dinner menu at a waterfront seafood restaurant tends to be pretty straightforward. You can serve all of the staples — lobster, beer-battered fish, clams casino, and crab legs. What may be a bit harder is designing a lunch menu. With a few exceptions, most people dining on the beach mid-day are not going to want a massive lobster or a fried, battered filet of cod. To craft a lunch menu that really draws a crowd, you'll have to get creative.

  • How To Make Oceanfront Dining Most Spectacular For Patrons

    When you own a restaurant that overlooks the water, it can be a great way to make the experience so much more fun for the people who eat at your restaurant to look out at the water. You can simply line tables and chairs near large windows that overlook the ocean for a classic oceanfront dining experience, but you can do more than this to make the experience truly remarkable.

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Training Your Restaurant Crew

As a busy restaurant owner, it isn't always easy to know how to resolve problems. You might have employees that just don't work as hard as they need to or cooks who don't quite understand what you expect in terms of quality. However, this blog is here to help you to know how to hone your operation into a well-oiled machine. Read these articles to learn more about potential problems, the risks your restaurant faces, and ways to keep people from slacking off on the clock. You never know, it might save your business or keep your employees on point.