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Management tools for restaurants, cafes & hotels! Print
Tuesday, 06 May 2014 14:16

Restaurant Management Suite - CLASSIC

Our CLASSIC restaurant management suite is our original tool kit, it is a selection of restaurant management tools that when used in combination can help you streamline your restaurant, café or hotel. These pre-designed forms, templates and spreadsheets save you time to concentrate on other areas of the business and can be downloaded to your PC or Mac in less then 5 minutes.   Continue




Man Robs Restaurant with PITCHFORK! Print
Monday, 05 May 2014 18:07

NBC news.com - At first glance, there was nothing particularly noteworthy about the robbery Thursday of a restaurant in suburban Atlanta.

An armed man made off with the cash register, scuffled with employees and sped off down the road. Police are still looking for him.

 Did we mention he was armed? Because he was armed.With a pitchfork.Did we mention this was Georgia?

It all started around 5 p.m. ET Thursday at a Waffle House in Norcross, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta, when a portly man wearing overalls and a blue ski mask walked in. Continue

Restaurant owner calls Mislabeled seafood "Honest Mistake" Print
Friday, 02 May 2014 12:19

Jacksonville.com - This is Florida and most Floridians love seafood. They just want to be sure that they're getting what they pay for, if it is grouper let it be grouper and not tilapia.

A database, compiled by out news partner The Florida Times-Union, reveals there is a problem with seafood being misrepresented in our community. Siena's Italian Cuisine was on the list. Oktay Kiroglu is the owner.

"It was like September or October of last year," said Kiroglu. That's when a state restaurant inspector found fish being sold as grouper when it was not. Kiroglu said he transported from one restaurant to another in an unlabeled bag. "They thought it was grouper and put it on the special," he said.

Kiroglu said there was never an intent to defraud customers "It was an honest mistake," he said, "and we apologize for what happened." Continue

Vendors, get in the doors first of new restaurants opening soon Print
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:49
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Each week we research, document and enter hundreds of new restaurants who will be opening in the near future and need your services before they can open. The information comes from a variety of sources such as public records, press releases, internet articles, social media including Facebook, Twitter, Urbanspoon, Yelp, referrals and more. Each new listing is researched prior to being added to our databases.

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Applebee's found not guilty in over-served patron suit! Print
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:40

KOB.com - A federal jury on Wednesday found an Applebee's restaurant not guilty of over-serving a patron who was later involved in a deadly drunk driving crash.

However, Applebee's and the franchisee who operated the Santa Fe restaurant negotiated a settlement minutes before the verdict came down.

Four years ago, Santa Fe police said James Ruiz was driving drunk when he got into a crash, killing teenage sisters Del Lynn and Deshauna Peshlakai. The girls' family argued that Applebee's had over-served Ruiz.

The details of the settlement are confidential, but the girls' father says the lawsuit still accomplished something.

"I don't want my girls dying for nothing. We want to be heard, we want to make some changes in the rules of alcohol--people taking responsibility and sticking to their rules when it comes to alcohol the drunk driver," David Peshlakai said.

Ruiz is serving a 42 year prison sentence for the deadly crash. Continue

Restaurant sales rebound in March Print
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:17

NRN.com - Sales and traffic bounced back somewhat for restaurant chains in March as the nation thawed after months of snow and ice, according to the latest Restaurant Performance Index, or RPI, by the National Restaurant Association.

The RPI rose to 101.4 in March, the highest level in 10 months, an increase of 0.9 percent compared with 100.5 in February. The monthly composite index tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. restaurant industry and has remained above 100 for 13 consecutive months, which signifies a period of expansion. Continue

Chili's outlines three strategies for success! Print
Thursday, 01 May 2014 17:43

NRN.com - While casual-dining brands in general have been buffeted by sales and traffic challenges, Chili’s Grill & Bar held profits steady in the third quarter with new menu initiatives, tabletop technology rollouts and a menu mix that provided insulation from rising commodity costs. During an earnings call Wednesday, executives updated analysts on the 1,563-unit division of Dallas-based Brinker International Inc., which also owns the 45-unit Maggiano’s Little Italy brand, after ... Continue

Senate Vote Blocks Federal Minimum wage bill! Print
Thursday, 01 May 2014 17:36

NRN.com - A key Senate vote on Wednesday blocked a bill that set out to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour — a result supported by restaurant industry associations including the National Restaurant Association and National Council of Chain Restaurants. The minimum wage proposal, sponsored by Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, and largely backed by Democrats, was expected to fall short. The vote landed 54-42 and is now unable to move forward. Many Republicans and business leaders, including some in the foodservice industry, had fought the proposal, saying such a drastic wage increase would force employers to pull back on hiring and even eliminate jobs. Continue

Chipotle to raise prices to offset rising food costs! Print
Friday, 18 April 2014 13:21

NRN.com - Chipotle Mexican Grill is planning a menu price increase in the mid-single-digit range for this year to help address rising food costs for key ingredients like beef, cheese and avocados.

To be rolled out by early in the third quarter, the price hike would be Chipotle’s first in nearly three years to impact the domestic system.

In a call Thursday with Wall Street analysts following the release of first-quarter results, Jack Hartung, Chipotle’s chief financial officer, said the Denver-based chain has plenty of pricing power, but the goal is to ensure the menu remains accessible to guests in what continues to be an uneven economic recovery. Continue

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014 13:44
Former Health Inspector's restaurant shut down a third time! Print
Thursday, 17 April 2014 21:17

WTSP.com -  We've visited Gateway Pizza and Pasta Company over and over again. It's a restaurant with pages of violations on inspection after inspection.

On previous visits by 10 News, a man who identified himself as Gary told us the restaurant's problems were no big deal.

"We had one little incident and everything was taken care of immediately and everything is fine right now," said Gary back in 2013.

But when we asked for permission to inspect back where the food is made, Gary was not so eager to accommodate. Continue

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