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If every major band waits for an invitation for a large outdoor rock festival similar to the likes of Coachella, and every business person waits for a change to network and vacation at Club Med, then the whole restaurant world looks forward to the likes of restaurant weeks! Restaurant weeks are a fun time for chefs, restaurant owners, and patrons alike because it’s a perfect triple-threat of delicious opportunities. Firstly, you get to discover a new city, and in this case the upcoming restaurant week is in Denver. Denver is a beautiful and walkable city and you will adore tasting its local flavors! You can also taste food from dozens of amazing restaurants all there to show off their skills! You can also network with tons of chefs, cooks, and restaurant owners from all over the country and can learn tips that will boost your business! If you are looking for tips on how to best prepare for Denver’s restaurant week, read this article today!

 

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IF you oversee a chain or a few branches of a restaurant, it can be hard to decide to change up things on the menu. You have many loyal customers and you may be afraid of disappointing them. However, change can be good and can pay off, like it is starting to with Wendy’s. This popular burger chain is making key changes to its menu and you can see how and try to emulate their style with your own restaurant! Read this article today to learn more!

 

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There are many ways in which you can let the holidays influence your menu options. Even though the holiday menu for December is over, you still have Chinese New Year to look forward to and many of your customers would probably enjoy some Chinese-themed items on the menu! If you are looking for a great way to incorporate Chinese New Year as a theme for your menu, read this article today!

 

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When it comes to your menu, you understand the basics of making food that your patrons enjoy. A big part of that comes with making food that’s fresh and filled with tasty ingredients. The best way to pander to your local clientele is to work with a familiar palette to their taste buds. This starts with going to your local farmers markets, gardens, and farms to look for vegetables, meats, and dairy that are as local as the clients you are serving. This not only keeps your food palette in the same range, but also allows for you to serve food that is as fresh as it gets. You also are supporting your business better because getting local ingredients tends to be less expensive than importing from many sources across the country and globe! While you may still want to play with the menu and add a twist to local flavors, consider starting to source in your restaurant’s own backyard. If you are looking for great reasons to get local ingredients for your restaurant, read this article today!

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It’s true what they say that you eat with your eyes first! For your patrons, they want to be wowed by how the food looks on the plate before the even pick up their fork and knife. This is probably why the social media culture around food has grown based on sharing the great appearances of plated meals. If you own a restaurant, read this article today to learn about food design!

 

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Although you may not have made any New Year resolutions yet for your restaurant, it’s never too late. One of the ways in which you may seek to improve your place is by having exciting new gear in your establishment. You will be amazed to see how much new equipment can inspire your staff and impress your patrons with how many more options they have due to it. If you are looking for an excuse to go shopping for your place, read this article today!

 

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There has been a national push to strive for healthy food and that, coupled with everyone’s New Year’s resolution mean that the demand for healthier food options is at an all-time high! This means that the push for plants is real and many restaurants are rising to the task of giving the people what they want. If you are considering having a more plant-based menu, read this article to learn about the successes of Plant Power Fast Foods in San Diego!

 

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Getting familiar with animals and the proper art of butchering can make your restaurant more confident and your meals more diverse! You can rely on your local butcher, but becoming well-versed in the best cuts of pork can be very helpful for your business and your chefs. If you are looking to expand your knowledge on pork and the best cuts, read this article today! You will find the cuts and the tips on how to prepare them helpful!

 

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While the December holidays attracts a crowd of people that want cozy and hearty foods, the change of the month into the New Year brings a whole different crowd into restaurants! Many of these patrons are looking for ways to stay healthy and be true to their resolutions! But why not give people both options at once? Luna Grill has a heart-healthy option that is also heart-warming, red wine and dark chocolate! Read this article to learn how one restaurant stays healthy and satisfying!

 

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Everyone loves the holiday season! It makes perfect sense because the holidays are associated with some of the best feelings in the world. As the weather drops in temperature, people get snuggly and the decorations start to come up. Lights, tinsel, and bows adorn every store front and occasionally stores will play some great Christmas music to get people in the mood! The holidays are a great time for seasonal menu creativity, both stores and consumers eat it up! You can add roasted chestnuts to a popular dish, add a dash of cinnamon to you signature cocktail, or insert pumpkin in any and every product on your menu! Your sales surge as people gather to try the new holiday-themed foods and the word of mouth spirals about your tasty menu! But what happens when the holidays are over? You have to take down the décor and seasonal menu and the burst of business you had may decline! If you are looking for a great way to bounce back from the post-holiday burst, read this article today!

 

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