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SBA Releases RRF Guide and Forms

Operators in the United States are nearing the opening of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund application process by the Small Business Administration.

Las Vegas CEO Offers Vaccination Bonus

One CEO in the hospitality and lodging industries is offering employees a bonus for getting one of the Covid-19 vaccines.

2020 Craft Brewing Production Infographic

The Brewers Association’s latest report and infographic reveals 2020 small and independent craft brewery production numbers.

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The 5 Ds of Bystander Intervention

One non-negotiable for operating a restaurant, bar, nightclub or other hospitality venue is ensuring the safety of guests.

Is Gen Z the Workforce Solution?

Is Gen Z the solution to the industry’s workforce problem? That’s one big question posed during the 2021 Restaurants Canada Show.

Why Hospitality Pros Need LinkedIn

In our view, all hospitality professionals should be building networks on LinkedIn.

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SBA Releases RRF Guide and Forms

Operators in the United States are nearing the opening of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund application process by the Small Business Administration.

Las Vegas CEO Offers Vaccination Bonus

One CEO in the hospitality and lodging industries is offering employees a bonus for getting one of the Covid-19 vaccines.

Celebrate National Takeout Day!

Today is the big day: National Takeout Day in Canada! Canada Takeout is challenging Canadians to place takeout orders and set a national record.

5 Books to Read this Month

Spring is traditionally the time when we’re meant to reinvent or otherwise better ourselves. These books can help you do just that.

Stand Out with Weird Holidays: April

Do you want to stand out from from other restaurants and bars in your area? Commit to keeping it weird to capture more guests.

The Science of Bitter Flavors

Not only do bitter cocktail ingredients add depth and complexity to drinks, individual DNA plays a role in how we perceive them.

2020 Craft Brewing Production Infographic

The Brewers Association’s latest report and infographic reveals 2020 small and independent craft brewery production numbers.

Dial In Your Brunch Before Mother’s Day

Warming weather, pent-up demand, and less-restrictive Covid rules—at least in the United States—make brunch viable in many markets.

Let’s Talk About Bitcoin

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general are no strangers to media attention, but it seems like like coverage is increasing.

Grilled Cheese Day: Mastering the Melt

There are few comfort foods more popular than a well-made, melty, gooey grilled cheese sandwich on served on delicious bread.

This Would Be a Good Time for a Beer

New Beer’s Eve and National Beer Day are relatively new beer-focused American holidays closely related to prohibition and Repeal Day.

The 5 Ds of Bystander Intervention

One non-negotiable for operating a restaurant, bar, nightclub or other hospitality venue is ensuring the safety of guests.

Meet Customers Where They Are, Part 2

We seem to approaching a semblance of normalcy but some consumer behaviors—drinking at home among them—are likely here to stay.

PPP 2nd Draw vs ERTC vs RRF: What to Know

Some regions, states and people are behaving like the pandemic is over but our industry is still in crisis and needs relief.

SevenRooms Continues Momentum with CFO

In hiring Pamela Martinez as the company’s chief financial officer, SevenRooms continues their drive toward global expansion.

Restaurant or Bar Dream? Make Your Move

If your dream is to open a restaurant, bar or nightclub, you’re not doing yourself any favors by waiting to make it a reality.

Container Kitchens: The New Footprint

Would it be a surprise to anyone after the past twelve months that shipping containers may be the new commercial kitchens?

AAPI-Owned Restaurants in Canada

KRG Hospitality stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community in Canada. There is no room for hate here.

AAPI-Owned Restaurants to Support

We at KRG Hospitality stand in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community across the United States. 

Just Add Champagne: Spring Cocktails

We love it when our friends do cool stuff. Two of our friends, Elise Cordell and Susie O, teamed up recently to share some cocktail magic.

NRN Shares Inclusion Insights Report

Featuring insights from their 2021 Power List, an inclusion report from American trade publication Nation’s Restaurant News is now available.

Kitchen Showdown: Virtual vs. Ghost

As they’ve increased in popularity, the lines between virtual and ghost kitchens have been blurred but The terms aren’t interchangeable.

Is Gen Z the Workforce Solution?

Is Gen Z the solution to the industry’s workforce problem? That’s one big question posed during the 2021 Restaurants Canada Show.

Rediscovering Your Guests in 2021

Labatt Breweries of Canada wants operators to get to know their guests all over again to better serve their needs in 2021.

SevenRooms Reveals Third Party Impact

New findings from SevenRooms, the powerful reservation and guest relationship platform, show the impact third-party delivery has on restaurants.

Ontario F&B Workers Petition for Phase 2

A petition on Change.org is seeks to include restaurant and foodservice workers in Phase 2 of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in Ontario, Canada.

Are You Ready for St. Patrick’s Day?

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Operators need to make sure they’re ready for in-person, delivery and takeout guests.

Why Hospitality Pros Need LinkedIn

In our view, all hospitality professionals should be building networks on LinkedIn.

House Passes $1.9B Covid Relief Bill, RRF

The Senate version of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 is through the House, awaiting the signature of President Joe Biden.

CDC Updates Mask, Gathering Guidance

On the heels of some states rescinding mask mandates, the Centers for Disease Control updates pandemic-related safety guidelines.

Senate Boosts RRF to $28.6 Billion

The $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief bill survived vote-a-rama and was approved by the Senate on Saturday. It now returns to the House for a vote.

Some Texas Operators Keep Masks in Place

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is lifting mask mandates and capacity restrictions. Operators are pledging to keep masks and other guidelines anyway.

What’s in the Senate Relief Package?

As expected, the Senate version of the latest Covid-19 relief bill is different from the one passed by the House.

Meet Customers Where They Are

If news stories are to be believed, Americans are fleeing big, expensive cities en masse.

Your Drink Menu Deserves an Ice Program

Taking the time to consider your ice and build a dedicated program that includes it is crucial for your beverage program and the guest experience.

Restaurant Revitalization Fund Passes

Congress has once again voted to pass targeted relief for restaurants and bars. But just what is the Restaurant Revitalization Fund?

Self-ordering Kiosks Gaining Ground

Self-ordering kiosks provide guests with a convenient, contactless option that keeps them and front-of-house workers safer than ordering face to face.

Hakkasan Group Announces Reopenings

Three high-profile reopenings signal pool season and optimism for Las Vegas nightlife.

Bacardi Predicts How We’ll Drink in 2021

What will alcohol consumption look like this year? Bacardi has answers.

Datassential Finds Operators Optimistic

The latest report from Datassential finds that the vast majority of operators are optimistic or at least confident their businesses will survive the pandemic.

Does the Margarita Still Reign Supreme?

The Margarita has maintained the title of Most Popular Cocktail in the United States year after year. Does it still wear the crown?

I Tried the Mask Made for & by Hospitality

Wearing a mask is part of everyday life, particularly for hospitality industry professionals. This mask was designed by industry pros, for industry pros.

Uncorked: 2021 Wine Trends to Watch

What’s up with wine in 2021? We reviewed multiple sources to find out.

Infographic: NRA Raise the Wage Survey

The results of a survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association to gauge operator reaction to the Raise the Wage Act are in.

Mardi Gras Transforms Into Yardi Gras

Mardi Gras is built for socially distanced enjoyment this year: Yardi Gras is a new tradition and response to the cancellation of Mardi Gras parades.

This Generation is Most Likely to Dine In

The National Restaurant Association’s 2021 State of the Restaurant Industry report revealed the generation most likely to dine in-person at a restaurant.

On the Menu for 2021: The RESTAURANTS Act

Much like restaurants themselves, the RESTAURANTS Act has faced multiple starts and tops. It’s now back in play.

2021 Technomic Outlook: United States

Technomic has provided the foodservice industry with valuable insights for five decades. The firm has made five key predictions for foodservice in the US.

2021 Technomic Outlook: Canada

Technomic has provided the foodservice industry with valuable insights for five decades. The firm has made five key predictions for foodservice in Canada.

E-Commerce Alters Drinking Occasion

Operators, already facing challenges from all sides, must now come up with plans to compete for online alcohol dollars.

Introducing KRG Momentum

Seeking an alternative to complete start-up planning and project management? The solution you’re looking for is KRG Momentum.

What You Need to Know About SBA Form 3508S

Midway through last month, the SBA maneuvered to make the PPP loan forgiveness process simpler for loans up to $150,000.

Finalizing Your Big Game Menu? Google is Here to Help

Operators putting the final touches on their delivery, takeout, meal kit and Big Game menus for February 7 could probably use some help.

Los Angeles Restaurants Face New Outdoor Dining Restrictions

After Weeks of Prohibition, This is What Los Angeles Restaurants are Facing by David Klemt Limited to delivery and takeout for several weeks, Los Angeles restaurants and breweries may now offer outdoor dining. Of course, that easing of restrictions comes with a raft of new limitations. The outdoor dining ban was lifted last Friday, January […]

National Restaurant Association Opposes Elimination of Tip Credit

Citing a 600-percent increase in labor costs, the National Restaurant Association opposes the elimination of the tip credit.

Current Restaurant, Bar and Travel Restrictions: Eastern Caribbean

Current Restaurant, Bar and Travel Restrictions: Eastern Caribbean by David Klemt KRG Hospitality has turned hospitality industry visions into reality throughout the Eastern Caribbean for several years. We’ve reviewed and gathered the current Covid-19-based travel and operator restrictions for Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, St. Martin and Sint Maarten to […]

Current Restaurant and Bar Restrictions: Las Vegas, Nashville, Philadelphia, Orlando

Current Restaurant and Bar Restrictions: Las Vegas, Nashville, Philadelphia, Orlando by David Klemt KRG Hospitality has turned hospitality industry visions into reality throughout the United States for several years. Currently, we operate in Las Vegas, Nashville, Philadelphia and Orlando, along with the surrounding areas. Of course, we’re available to take projects from the idea phase […]

Current Restaurant and Bar Restrictions: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver

Current Restaurant and Bar Restrictions: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver by David Klemt For more than a decade, KRG Hospitality has turned hospitality industry visions into reality throughout Canada. Currently, we operate in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver and the surrounding areas. We’ve reviewed and gathered the current Covid-19-based restrictions in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia to help […]

Rise of the ‘Not’ Delivery Platforms

Rise of the ‘Not’ Delivery Platforms by David Klemt The big third-party delivery services are facing pushback in the form of community-based competition. We’ve kept our eye on this burgeoning trend and the push for operators to implement first-party delivery, also known as direct delivery. It isn’t directly related to hospitality but the first of […]

California’s Restrictive Regional Stay-at-Home Order Rescinded

California’s Restrictive Regional Stay-at-Home Order Rescinded by David Klemt Expectation became reality yesterday when Governor Gavin Newsom rescinded California’s highly restrictive regional stay-at-home order. It had been reported for at least a day prior that Gov. Newsom was expected to do so on January 25. The order, which choked the life out of restaurants, bars […]

February’s Big Game Presents an Opportunity for Operators

February’s Big Game Presents an Opportunity for Operators by David Klemt The most American of sporting events goes down on February 7. This season’s Super Bowl match-up was decided yesterday. In the NFC Championship game, the 14-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady, defeated Aaron Rodgers and the 14-4 Green Bay Packers. The game […]

Las Vegas Vegan Culinary School Slated for April Opening

Las Vegas Vegan Culinary School Slated for April Opening by David Klemt This has been a big year for veganism already. Multiple sources have named vegan food as a hot (and therefore lucrative) “trend” to watch this year. The Michelin Guide France awarded a star to an entirely vegan restaurant in France for the first […]

Recently Awarded Michelin Star Shines Spotlight on Vegan Menus and Operations

Recently Awarded Michelin Star Shines Spotlight on Vegan Menus and Operations by David Klemt If there was any question that vegan restaurant concepts are viable, a recently awarded Michelin star has provided a firm and affirmative answer. Michelin Guide France awarded ONA (Origine Non Animale or “Non-Animal Origin” in English) a Michelin star earlier this week. […]

Delivery and Takeout Food Trends for 2021: United States

Delivery and Takeout Food Trends for 2021: United States by David Klemt Yesterday we reviewed food delivery data and 2021 food trend predictions for Canada. Now it’s the United States’ turn. Before we jump into the data and predictions, a word on succeeding with delivery in 2021 and beyond. As I pointed out yesterday, when […]

Delivery and Takeout Food Trends for 2021: Canada

Delivery and Takeout Food Trends for 2021: Canada by David Klemt Patrons, analysts and experts have spoken: delivery and takeout will remain standards in the new era of hospitality. Analysts and experts have spoken with data, and consumers have spoken with their dollars. But there’s another consequential voice that matters when it comes to delivery: […]

Tobin Ellis and Barmagic’s Relief Dashboard Contains Hundreds of Restaurant and Bar Resources

Tobin Ellis and Barmagic’s Relief Dashboard Contains Hundreds of Restaurant and Bar Resources by David Klemt In keeping with this week’s focus on good news, KRG Hospitality would like to shine a light on Barmagic’s Bar & Restaurant Revival Guide. First, some background. Tobin Ellis founded Barmagic of Las Vegas in 1997. He’s done so […]

Athletic Brewing Co. Proves Viability of Alcohol-free Beer

Athletic Brewing Co. Proves Viability of Alcohol-free Beer by David Klemt Doubters and detractors of non-alcoholic beer have only to look at Athletic Brewing Co. to understand the category has a long, bright future ahead of it. Athletic Brewing opened its first taproom in Stratford, CT, back in May of 2018. A month later, the […]

The 2021 Restaurant Start-Up Cost Guide & Checklist is Here! Download Today

The 2021 Restaurant Start-Up Cost Guide & Checklist is Here! Download Today by David Klemt This guide gives anyone starting a restaurant, bar, brewpub or other F&B venue the best chance for success in 2021. Hospitality has endured a nearly endless thrashing for almost an entire year. The calendar has ticked over to 2021 but […]

Dave Portnoy, Other Celebrities Provide Financial Support for Restaurants and Other Small Businesses

Dave Portnoy, Other Celebrities Provide Financial Support for Restaurants and Other Small Businesses by David Klemt Famous chefs and restaurateurs aren’t the only people lending their celebrity to raise money for struggling businesses and the workers they employ. Well, notoriety may be a better descriptor for Dave Portnoy‘s influence than celebrity. He may not be […]

Serve Up a Slice of Nostalgia: Viennetta Returns

Have a Slice of Nostalgia: The Return of Viennetta by David Klemt A British confection launched in the ’80s is headed back to the United States. Wall’s brought what’s considered by some the first-ever branded ice cream dessert—Viennetta—to the world almost 40 years ago. The British frozen dessert and ice cream producer, owned by Unilever, […]

Operators Remain Caught in Vortex of Open-Close-Open Cycle

Operators Remain Caught in Vortex of Open-Close-Open Cycle by David Klemt Another week, another round of changes for restaurant and bar operators in different states. It has become all too familiar for those in the hospitality industry: Orders governing capacities, party sizes, bar seating, capacities, and operating hours are issued, and within weeks or days, […]

These are the Drinking Trends to Watch in 2021

These are the Drinking Trends to Watch in 2021 by David Klemt It was so much fun reviewing 2021 food trend predictions that we felt compelled to do the same for drinks. We checked out Liquor.com, VinePair, Wine Enthusiast, SmartBrief and Forbes to see what they had to say about how and what people will […]

0.0 to 0.5 Beers to Know for Dry January and Beyond

0.0 to 0.5 Beers to Know for Dry January and Beyond by David Klemt As consumers become more conscious of their drinking habits, alcohol-free beer options are becoming more appealing. Interest in NA beers grows during Dry January, but shifting consumer habits show that it’s wise to offer alcohol-free options year-round. Putting both quality non-alcohol […]

86 Restaurant Struggle Campaign a Quarter of the Way to Million-dollar Goal

86 Restaurant Struggle Campaign a Quarter of the Way to Million-dollar Goal by David Klemt It’s a new year and we could all use a lift and some great news. I think a grassroots campaign to provide financial assistance to struggling restaurant workers should restore a bit of faith in humanity. Chef Andrew Gruel, CEO […]

Defiance of Sweeping Restaurant and Bar Restrictions is Growing

Defiance of Sweeping Restaurant and Bar Restrictions is Growing by David Klemt Defiance of Covid-19-related bar and restaurant restrictions is growing. Operators across the United States are showing their willingness to refuse to comply with orders they feel are unjust. From being restricted to delivery and takeout only to crippling capacity limits, restaurant and bar […]

Dry January Will Be Different in 2021

Dry January Will Be Different in 2021 by David Klemt Tomorrow marks the start of the first Dry January we’ve ever experienced under stay-at-home shutdowns and bar, restaurant and nightclub restrictions. Like Veganuary—remember way back to yesterday when we wrote about it?—the movement as we’ve come to know can be traced back to the UK. […]

The 2021 Food Trends to Know for Veganuary

The 2021 Food Trends to Know for Veganuary by David Klemt Strange or even inappropriate as it may seem, it’s time to review food trend data and predictions because we’re hurtling toward 2021. January also plays host to two monthlong traditions that impact F&B operations: Dry January and Veganuary. For this post, we’re focusing on […]

Make Your Restaurant Concept ABSURᗡ in 2021

Make Your Restaurant Concept ABSURᗡ in 2021 by David Klemt Those seeking new restaurant opportunities in 2021 should give serious consideration to Absurd! Kitchen Co., KRG Hospitality’s unique turnkey QSR. Development of the concept was motivated by the realization that operators need to continue to pivot to survive the pandemic and thrive in a post-pandemic […]

You Need to Watch “Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line” Now

You Need to Watch Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line Now by David Klemt Whether you own, operate, manage, are employed by or have ever spent time at a restaurant as a guest, you need to watch Food Network’s Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line. Guy Fieri, who has helped raise $24 million […]

Buy a Shirt. Fight Cancer.

Buy a Shirt. Fight Cancer. by David Klemt It’s the giving season and the hospitality industry is one that takes care of its own. We all have the opportunity to help an industry veteran and also support an incredible cause. In July of this year, Chris Patino was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. One […]

Foodservice Workers Recommended for Phase 1c of Covid-19 Vaccines

Foodservice Workers Recommended for Phase 1c of Covid-19 Vaccines by David Klemt The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that foodservice workers be included in phase 1c of the Covid-19 vaccine plan. On Sunday, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices met to vote on phases 1b and 1c. The committee identified those […]

75% of American Restaurant Operators Expect Decreased Sales Through Start of 2021

75% of American Restaurant Operators Expect Decreased Sales Through January by David Klemt The fifth National Restaurant Association COVID-19 Restaurant Impact Survey results have been released. Unsurprisingly and unfortunately, the news is not good. For their fifth installment, the NRA surveyed 6,000 restaurant operators and 250 supply chain businesses between November 17 and 30. Full-service […]

“More help is on the way.” But not for restaurants and bars.

“More help is on the way.” But not for restaurants and bars. by David Klemt Speaking about the economic relief package, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) struck what can be generously described as tainted altruism. “More help is on the way,” said McConnell on the Senate floor on Sunday. He also took the time […]

How a Famous Pub Combo May Help Combat Climate Change

How a Famous Pub Combo May Show Us How to Combat Climate Change by David Klemt A small UK start-up has pioneered a solution to climate change that other country’s can follow. And it centers around a wildly popular combination ordered in pubs throughout the United Kingdom. Beer and crisps is a combination as ubiquitous […]

New York City Restaurant Operators Rally Against Governor Cuomo’s Orders

New York Restaurant City Operators Rally Against Gov. Cuomo’s Orders by David Klemt Just one day after Governor Andrew Cuomo’s ban on indoor dining went into effect, New York City restaurant operators came together to protest. Gov. Cuomo announced the ban on Friday, December 11. New Yorkers reportedly flocked to restaurants and bars that weekend […]

Is Texas the Model for Restaurant Operation During the Pandemic?

Is Texas the Model for Restaurant Operation During the Pandemic? by David Klemt The mass exodus to Texas has been all over the news lately. Many new Texas residents moved to the Lone Star State moved from California. Some moved to escape exorbitant rent, home prices, and taxes. But others have left California due to […]

Can Vending Machines Help Restaurants and Farmers Fight Food Waste and Generate Revenue?

Can Vending Machines Help Restaurants and Farmers Fight Food Waste and Generate Revenue? by David Klemt French farmers have found an innovative way to fight food waste, generate much-needed revenue, and provide fresh produce to the public: vending machines. Last week, Barron’s, a publication dedicated to financial and investment news coverage, published an article about […]

Take Steps to Become a More Sustainable Operation this Green Monday

Take Steps to Become a More Sustainable Operation this Green Monday by David Klemt You’re probably being inundated with emails about Green Monday today. Given how the meaning of the word “green” has evolved over the past couple of years, many people may think Green Monday is similar to Earth Day. In reality, it’s about […]

Orange County’s #OPENSAFE Restaurant Collective Defies Governor Newsom

Orange County’s #OPENSAFE Restaurant Collective Defies Governor Newsom by David Klemt A group of California restaurant operators is pushing back against current restrictions in defiance of orders they feel go too far. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order mandates that restaurants remain open only for delivery and takeout. The order affects five California regions: Northern California, […]

One Fair Wage Survey Results: Foodservice Professionals on Front Lines of Infection Risk and Hostility

One Fair Wage Survey Results: Foodservice Professionals on Front Lines of Infection Risk and Hostility by David Klemt Over a three-week period, One Fair Wage (OFW) surveyed 1,675 foodservice workers in five states and Washington, D.C. The survey was initially sent to more than 61,000 applicants to the One Fair Wage Emergency Fund in Illinois, […]

Significant, Permanent Restaurant Closures Expected to Rock Canada Unless Situation Improves

Significant, Permanent Restaurant Closures Expected to Rock Canada Unless Situation Improves by David Klemt Industry surveys continue to reveal how dire the situation is for operators. On December 8, Restaurants Canada, a non-profit that represents and advocates for the Great White North’s restaurant industry, shared the results of a survey they had conducted between November […]

National Restaurant Association Shares Startling Statistics

National Restaurant Association Shares Startling Statistics by David Klemt An email sent out by the National Restaurant Association yesterday included statistics about the state of restaurants in the United States. The revelations are breathtakingly disturbing. While Congress “has been trapped in a political tug-of-war,” the reality for restaurants has only gotten bleaker. According to the […]

LCBO and SkipTheDishes Hit Pause on Partnership After Public Lashing

LCBO and SkipTheDishes Hit Pause on Partnership After Public Lashing by David Klemt The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) faced outrage over the weekend, ultimately deciding to “pause” a controversial partnership after receiving a public lashing. In case you missed it, the LCBO and SkipTheDishes announced on December 4 that they had partnered to […]

How Not to Handle a PR Crisis: Boston Market

How Not to Handle a PR Crisis: Boston Market by David Klemt So, you boasted about a significant boost in sales linked to one of America’s biggest holidays and then under-delivered to a catastrophic degree. What do you do? Certainly not what Boston Market did and is still doing: Proceed with your Thanksgiving-themed social media […]

Competing Stimulus Plans Fail to Include RESTAURANTS Act

Competing Stimulus Plans Fail to Include RESTAURANTS Act by David Klemt – 12/3/2020 Talk out of Washington, D.C., about yet more stimulus relief package negotiations is making one thing starkly clear: We’re on our own. There’s no help coming, not from the federal government. Unfortunately—but perhaps unsurprisingly—it appears the bipartisan support the RESTAURANTS Act received […]

How to Address Temporary Restaurant and Bar Closures: 5 Social Media Examples

How to Address Temporary Restaurant and Bar Closures: 5 Social Media Examples by David Klemt – 12/1/2020 Repeated restaurant and bar closures have, tragically, become a hallmark of 2020. Operators have had to learn how to communicate closures to potential indoor guests, as well as delivery and takeout guests. For most operators, the possibility of […]

KRG Hospitality Expands Team with Director of Business Development

KRG Hospitality Expands Team with Director of Business Development by KRG Hospitality – 12/1/2020 December 1, 2020, Burlington, Ontario, Canada–KRG Hospitality, a strategic and creative hospitality consulting agency, today announces the addition of industry veteran and journalist David Klemt to the team. Mr. Klemt will take on the role of Director of Business Development at […]

Hotel F&B in a Post-Pandemic Landscape

Hotel Food & Beverage in a Post-Pandemic Landscape By Doug Radkey – 07/22/2020 Nearly all of our favorite and most popular travel destinations around the world have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, resulting in a horrendous financial loss for hotels, resorts, and the entire hospitality industry alike. Research by the American Hotel & Lodging […]

Turning Crisis into Confidence

Articles Submitted To Media Partners During Covid-19 Pandemic By Doug Radkey (March 2020-July 2020) Take Time to Recharge: Self-Care During a Crisis During times of crisis, everyone feels something: sadness, confusion, fear, anxiety, or anger. It can be easy for many within the industry to become overwhelmed with the amount of decisions that need to […]

Bar Concepts w/ Sensory Experiences

Developing a Bar Concept w/ Sensory Experiences By Doug Radkey – 09/23/2019 Once your idea has been researched and the market, location, technical, business, and financial viability of the idea has passed a series of reviews throughout a feasibility study, a concept development plan can then be started. Remember, outside of being scalable, you want […]

Enhancing Your Bartenders Experience

Enhancing Your Bartenders Experience By Doug Radkey – 09/17/2019 We Have a Problem – There’s No Team Spirit in Many Bars Within the industry, we always talk about ‘experiences’ – and rightfully so. At the end of the day, experiences are what bars and restaurants sell to customers. All of the emphasis however, is on […]

Building a Sustainable Cocktail Program

Building a Sustainable Cocktail Program By Doug Radkey – 04/05/2019 Let’s be honest, the traditional bar setting serving cocktails is an environmental nightmare. Let’s think about it; there is high use of energy within ice machines, refrigeration, and glass cleaning appliances. There is enormous waste in garnishes, straws, bottles, and napkins (to name a few). […]

Make More Money This Festive Season

6 Ways Restaurants Can Make More Money this Festive Season Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey Festive Season. These two words signal colder weather (in most areas), delicious comfort food, creative drinks, memorable parties, laughter with friends & family, and of course – gift giving. These are also two words that nearly everyone […]

Should Restaurants Ditch 3rd Party Delivery?

Should Restaurants Ditch 3rd Party Delivery By Doug Radkey – 11/12/18 Should restaurants ditch third party delivery apps and create their own in-house off-premise strategy? I recently took part in a few online conversations surrounding third party delivery apps – from both the consumer and the restaurant operator point-of-view. If you follow along – I […]

Your Media Strategy Ready for Launch

How to Get Your Media Strategy Ready for Launch Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 10/02/2018 The development of a restaurant can be extremely daunting with its many moving parts and it’s easy to miss crucial start-up strategies within the mix of it all. One you don’t want to overlook is your intended […]

Have Restaurants Forgotten The Fundamentals

Have Restaurants Forgotten The Fundamentals Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 08/08/2018 With technology continuously advancing in the restaurant industry, it can be easy to get absorbed and caught up in the next big thing. Technology platforms can help you save time, financial resources, and improve ‘customer service’ levels, just to name a few. But sometimes when […]

The Ultimate Checklist for Restaurants

The Ultimate Opening Day Checklist for Restaurants Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 08/06/2018 Before opening your doors to the public, there is an enormous and often overwhelming list of both tasks and strategic milestones to first complete. This list traditionally starts 3-6 months (sometimes even more) prior to opening day.  In this industry, there […]

Bar Design 101

Bar Design 101 By Doug Radkey – 07/26/2018 There is truly a science to the design and layout of a winning bar. Outside of implementing a timeless interior, a bar needs to consider many factors including but not limited to; efficiency, hyper-local competition, and overall guest experiences – within its design elements. Completing a bars […]

Perfect Pitch to Investors

How to Deliver the Perfect Pitch to Investors Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 07/13/2018 Sometimes, in order to reach our dreams, we need a little help. Starting (or growing) a scalable and sustainable restaurant or hospitality business is not cheap. Many aspiring restaurateurs need a business partner or investment group to help […]

Developing an Epic Patio

Developing an Epic Patio Program By Doug Radkey – Summer 2018 Patio. Season. Two words nearly every Canadian seems to enjoy and two words nearly everyone looks forward to after a long cold winter, including that of local restaurant & bar owners. If your property is lucky enough to have this additional space and seating, […]

Avoid the Dead Ends of Delivery

How Restaurants Can Avoid the Dead Ends of Delivery Originally Posted on RestoBiz – By Doug Radkey 07/09/2018 I recently saw a screenshot from a consumer using a third party delivery application. After a delivery fee, a busy area fee (what?) and delivery fee taxes, a meal that was listed as $8.89 on the menu ended […]

Building an Effective Beverage Program

7 Strategies for Building a More Effective Beverage Program Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 06/14/2018 Every drop counts! Beverages arguably play a larger role in the industry today than they ever did before!  You could try and make everyone happy by offering dozens of options at your restaurant, cafe, or bar, but […]

Ready to Open a Second Location

5 Signs You’re Ready to Open a Second Location Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey – 04/24/2018 Opening a second restaurant location is not as easy as many people may think. Just because “you’ve been there – done that” once doesn’t mean it’s going to be any easier the second time around. In fact, […]

Developing Staff Engagement for Positive Guest Experiences

Developing Staff Engagement for Positive Guest Experiences Previously Posted on RestoBiz by Doug Radkey 04/11/2018 Engaged and motivated employees are at the heart of positive restaurant experiences. Working at a restaurant or any hospitality-related business needs to be more than just another paycheck. Restaurant operators need to remember that money is not a motivator – […]

Preparing for Wage Increases

Preparing Your Restaurant or Bar for Wage Increases Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 03/09/2018 If you haven’t done so already, preparing your restaurant or bar for a regulated wage increase should be near the top of your to-do list, no matter your region. There has been plenty of government level discussions and […]

4 Ways to Prevent Restaurant Burnout

4 Ways to Prevent Restaurant Burnout Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey 02/21/18 We know restaurant owners, chefs, and managers, more often than not, wear too many hats, leading to upwards of 60 to 80+ hours of work per week. No matter how much improvement we’ve collectively made in recent times to keep operations […]

Restaurant Service Training Techniques

Restaurant Service Training Techniques Originally Posted on RestoBiz by Doug Radkey – 01/17/18 Throughout the restaurant industry, the phrase ‘it’s not my job’ can simply not exist. It is every employees job to provide memorable customer service; from management to the back-of-house employees, and of course through to the front-of-house team. All employees must work […]

Lowering Your Risk Before Opening a New Restaurant

Lowering Your Risk Before Opening a New Restaurant Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey – 01/16/2018 Early recognition of risk is crucial for the success of any business, and arguably more so for restaurants. To ensure proper positioning and ongoing success, it’s vital for a restaurateur to understand the variety of operational, financial, legal, […]

Conducting Restaurant Staff Performance Reviews

Conducting Restaurant Staff Performance Reviews Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey – 12/06/2017 It takes happy, engaged employees to create memorable guest experiences. To do this requires leadership, culture, and accountability. This in turn will develop a cycle of improved revenue, loyal customers, and a decrease in employee turnover. One of the many methods […]

Preparing Restaurant for Solo Diners

Preparing Your Restaurant For Solo Diners Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 11/30/17 The dining scene has surely changed over the years. One of the many noticeable differences is the acceptance of the “solo diner.” Single (or solo) diners are no longer strictly targeting the quick-service restaurant or getting take-out to fulfill their desire […]

Hosting Events Can Generate Revenue

How Hosting Events at Your Restaurant Can Generate an Additional Revenue Stream Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 11/19/17 You have the square footage, you have the approved capacity, and you have the kitchen. These are the three key ingredients required to host an exclusive or intimate type event at any venue. Whether […]

Creating Adult Playgrounds in Your Bar

Creating Adult Playgrounds in Your Bar By Doug Radkey 11/09/2017 Traditional darts, billiards, and even dance floors are starting to take a back seat in today’s fast-paced bar segment. To be current, playful, and competitive, today’s bars are required to step up their ‘game’; where having a great time must be a guarantee! It’s no secret, that […]

Preparing Your Restaurant for Thanksgiving

Preparing Your Restaurant for Thanksgiving Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 11/05/2017 Each individual has their own personal explanation of what Thanksgiving means to them. The general, modern celebration of Thanksgiving however, is characterized as an opportunity to enjoy quality time with friends, family, food, the occasional beverage, large parades, and yes, often the game […]

What to Look for in a Restaurant Business Partner

What to Look for in a Restaurant Business Partner Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey – 11/01/2017 If you’ve worked as a leader in the restaurant industry, then you know what it’s like. You know that leaders have to be willing to make sacrifices and acquire the systemized thinking, social skills, creativity, stress management, […]

Security Strategies for Your Bar

Security Strategies for Your Bar By Doug Radkey – 10/25/2017 Slips and falls, over-serving, theft, and violence are the most common reasons a bar needs very strict safety and security strategies. Bars, pubs, lounges, and clubs in particular, must continuously look at opportunities to reduce risk and liability. The bar industry is built upon reputation […]

Often Overlooked Benefits of Restaurant Lighting

Often Overlooked Benefits of Restaurant Lighting Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 10/19/2017 There are so many critical elements that go into the design of a restaurant, so much so that it can easily become overwhelming. It’s a moment during the start-up or renovation period, where specifics that play a large impact on […]

Creating Restaurant Brand Ambassadors

Creating Restaurant Brand Ambassadors Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 10/14/2017 Ask nearly every restaurant owner what their number one, long-term marketing ‘program’ or tactic is, and most will say effective word of mouth. This can be great until it starts to fizzle down or another new restaurant opens up down the street […]

Restaurant Seating Strategies

Restaurant Seating Strategies Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey 10/09/2017 There are many tactical elements to operating a restaurant business and Restaurant Revenue Management (RRM) is one of them. RRM can be defined simply as selling the right seat, to the right customer, at the right price, and for the right duration of time. […]

How to Set Employee Expectations in Your Restaurant or Bar

How to Set Employee Expectations in Your Restaurant or Bar Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey – 09/28/2017 Effective communication can provide your restaurant with two things. First of all, it creates an atmosphere where both front of house and back of house employees are excited, motivated, and honest. Second of all, it helps […]

Sound Engineering for Your Bar or Restaurant

Sound Engineering for Your Restaurant or Bar By Doug Radkey – 09/26/2017 In the bar (and restaurant) industry, emotions and experiences are paramount. Without delivering positive emotions and memorable experiences, you will not have a long lasting business. Outside of food, drink, seating, video, and decor – properly engineered sound (music) can enhance those much […]

Is Your Restaurant Ready for Digital Ordering

Is Your Restaurant Ready for Digital Ordering Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 09/15/2017 Nearly every household orders food to-go from a local restaurant at least once or twice per month (some per week) and the days of traditional ‘phone orders’ or simply waiting in line, are clearly coming to an end thanks […]

How to Develop a Restaurant Menu – For Real

How to Develop a Restaurant Menu – For Real Originally Posted on Typsy by Doug Radkey 08/31/2017 It doesn’t matter if you’re developing your very first restaurant menu or you’re planning to re-invent your current one – you need to have a strategy in place with both the food and beverages on offer.  If you’ve done a concept […]

7 Ways You Can Increase Your Restaurant Brand’s Social Responsibility

7 Ways You Can Increase Your Restaurant Brand’s Social Responsibility Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 08/30/17 Giving back to the communities we serve is not a mandated practice, but is rather something extra that restaurants, and businesses alike, can do to improve their local and national communities. This is also known as— social […]

Before You Expand Your Restaurant Read This

Before You Expand Your Restaurant Read This Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 08/22/17 Whether you’re an aspiring restaurateur or an experienced operator, it has likely crossed your mind to open at least a “few locations,” or to begin “franchising” a winning concept. It’s in our human nature to grow and always look for more, […]

Developing a Profitable Beer Program

Developing a Profitable Beer Program By Doug Radkey – 07/28/2017 You could try and make everyone happy by offering hundreds of beers at your bar, but for many, that’s likely not going to happen due to space restraints. A bar needs to carefully consider their beer program and offer one that is balanced, targeted, and […]

4 Ways a Bar & Grill Can Win Back Guests

4 Ways a Bar & Grill Can Win Back Guests By Doug Radkey – 07/24/2017 Over the past couple of years, we have collectively seen the ‘bar & grill’ segment on a continuous decline. Nearly every market across Canada and the US is over-saturated with the traditional bar & grill concept and most have become […]

9 Ways to Maximize Restaurant Downtime

9 Ways to Maximize Restaurant Downtime Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 07/22/2017 Unless you’re a part of a very small percentage of restaurants that are always busy with customers, there is going to be some downtime throughout the day and in between services. In many restaurants and bars, this time is often filled with […]

Maximize Profits and Live in the Moment

Maximize Restaurant Profits & Live in the Moment Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 07/05/2017 There are arguably four key ingredients to a successful restaurant – the right marketing plan, flawless operating systems, memorable customer experiences, and finally, what I like to call ‘living in the moment’. In the blink of an eye, a moment […]

What is the Cost of Opening a Restaurant

What is the Cost of Opening a Restaurant? Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 06/28/2017 Starting a restaurant is not a cheap endeavour. There are a variety of cost factors to consider when developing a restaurant concept and it is imperative that an aspiring restaurateur measures the cost difference between purchasing an existing restaurant, taking […]

The Importance of Secret Diners

The Importance of Secret Diners Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 06/20/2017 Traditional comment cards and now online reviews play a large role in this industry, but only a very small percentage of guests actually fill out the forms and/or leave a review. Plus, it doesn’t always provide a measurable result. To get […]

Developing a Profitable Restaurant Concept Plan

Developing a Profitable Restaurant Concept Plan Originally Posted on Resto Biz – By Doug Radkey 06/14/2017 No question, every restaurant or food and beverage related establishment starts with a vision. A dream for most that must be met with the right research, planning, and overall mind-set. Similar to the true definition of branding, one’s market will, and […]

Developing Your Restaurants Curb Appeal

Developing Your Restaurants Curb Appeal Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 06/07/2017 Outside of social media, word-of-mouth, and online directories – how else does a potential guest notice a restaurant? The answer; a store’s outside appearance. As a restaurateur, it should start with a concept development plan that not only focuses on the interior, but one that also […]

Why You Should Conduct a Restaurant Feasibility Study

Why You Should Conduct a Restaurant Feasibility Study Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 06/01/2017 So you have an idea for a new restaurant or bar – fantastic! But will it have long-term sustainability, or will it just become another failing statistic in 12 to 18 months? Is it a restaurant you want to open because it’s […]

Preparing Your Restaurant for Summer

Preparing Your Restaurant for Summer Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 05/15/2017 It doesn’t matter which region you’re in — the warm summer weather provides restaurateurs the opportunity to develop seasonal flavors, all while providing them the ability to fill their seats (and patios) to drive new revenue channels. To execute a flawless summer program, […]

Collaborating w/ Local Chefs & Businesses

Collaborating w/ Local Chefs & Businesses – Even the Competition Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 05/01/2017 The word “collaboration” stems from the process of two or more people or organizations working together to achieve something that is remarkably outstanding. Giving that some thought, shouldn’t all restaurants and bars alike be working toward achieving this […]

Managing Restaurant Customer Emotions Using Touch Points

Managing Restaurant Customer Emotions Using Touch Points Originally Posted on Resto Biz – By Doug Radkey 04/27/2017 The restaurant industry is driven by delivering exceptional (and memorable) customer experiences. As a restaurateur, you need to realize that you don’t just sell food and beverage, you sell emotions through experiences. Your concept, whether a restaurant, bar, cafe or […]

How to Lower & Control Labor Costs in Your Restaurant

How to Lower & Control Labor Costs in Your Restaurant Originally Posted on Typsy – By Doug Radkey 04/25/2017 It’s no secret; the ‘average’ restaurant and bar has up to 70-80% of their costs tied up in three areas (food, labor, and rent). At the end of the day, it’s who controls these core costs the best […]

Building Team Experiences

Building Team Experiences to Keep Staff Engaged Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 04/17/2017 Within the industry, we always talk about “experiences” — and rightfully so. At the end of the day, experiences are what restaurants sell to customers. All of the emphasis, however, is on customer experiences; but what about staff experiences? Desirable experiences […]

Restaurant Supply Chain Management

Restaurant Supply Chain Management Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 04/03/2017 Depending on the size of your restaurant model and the size of your menu, the restaurant supply chain can be simple to some and complicated to others. With raw materials, food safety regulations, delivery logistics, best-before dates, and overall packaging to coincide with your […]

Restaurant Start-Up SOS

Restaurant Start-Up SOS Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 03/15/2017 Outside of preparing for hidden costs and understanding strategies to save time and money during start-up, there are many other factors that can make an aspiring restaurateur scream “SOS” on or before the day one opens their doors. One word that cannot be stressed enough during this […]

Choosing the Correct Restaurant Equipment

Choosing the Correct Restaurant Equipment Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 03/03/2017 A memorable, profitable, sustainable, and scalable restaurant arguably starts with the correct choice of equipment. When setting up your location, the kitchen and bar planning process can be one of the most exciting, exhausting, confusing, and detrimental aspects that will, in fact, determine […]

Effective FOH & BOH Systems

Developing Effective FOH & BOH Systems Originally Posted on RestoBiz – By Doug Radkey (02/22/2017) The more any restaurant depends on the owner’s day in-day out involvement in the operational details of the restaurant, the greater the risk of failure. Starting and operating a successful restaurant or bar relies heavily on having the right systems […]

Adapting to Market Changes

Adapting Your Restaurant to Market Changes Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 02/16/2017 The word “sustainability” has been used often of late in various ways within the food and beverage industry, with sustainable energy and ingredients being in the forefront. The word sustainability can easily be defined as the capacity of something being maintained over […]

Are You Really Ready?

Are You Really Ready to Open a Restaurant? Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 02/02/2017 At some point in life, it seems nearly everyone has aspirations to one day open their own restaurant or bar. With the saturation of restaurants in recent years and months, it appears that the entry-level barriers must have become easier […]

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Restaurant

New Year’s Resolutios for Your Restaurant Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 01/06/2017 Another year has passed us by. It’s time to reflect and make even greater improvements. Whether you believe in developing resolutions or not, your mindset for the upcoming year needs to be about “doing.” The restaurant industry is known to have its […]

How to Define Your Restaurant Value Statements

How to Define Your Restaurant Value Statements Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 12/22/2016 The most influential decisions you will make for your restaurant will happen during the start-up phases. Before opening your restaurant startup, you need to determine your value, vision, mission, and culture. (Or if you’re a restaurant veteran, consider this if you need […]

Restaurant Business Plans – Deconstructed

Restaurant Business Plans – Deconstructed Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 12/07/2016 It’s no secret. The failure rate among restaurant startups is significantly higher than many other industries. The question is: How can you position yourself to increase your chances for long-term success? The answer starts with having a sound business plan. The old adage […]

Analyzing Your Hyper-Local Competition

Analyzing Your Restaurants Hyper-Local Competition Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 11/25/2016 In recent years, you may have come across an emerging term online or within the realm of marketing called ‘hyper-local’. Though the term was first introduced to the masses in the early 1990’s, it really started taking form with the development of mobile […]

Developing Your First Restaurant Menu

Developing Your First Restaurant Menu Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 11/09/2016 Designing your restaurant’s first menu should be a fun and exciting task, but it is also a potential turning point for your venue’s long-term success. A process this significant needs to be a thought-provoking one, and one with thorough planning. There needs to […]

Developing Your Restaurant Start-Up Support Team

Developing Your Restaurant Start-Up Support Team Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 10/21/2016 You’re determined, positive, confident, adaptable, and you crave learning experiences. Being an entrepreneur — or more specifically, a restaurateur — combines an enormous amount of passion and vision for creating food, drink, experiences, and a drive to be undeterred by a high […]

Building Restaurant Buzz Before Opening

Building Restaurant Buzz Before Opening Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 10/04/2016 The restaurant start-up period is a hectic three to four months, sometimes more. With a lot of moving components, it’s easy to get caught up in it all, but an area that you simply don’t want to overlook is your restaurant’s […]

Restaurant Location; Where to Build & What to Consider

Restaurant Location; Where to Build & What to Consider Originally Posted on FoodableTV by Doug Radkey – 09/20/2016 Choosing a location for your restaurant can be both an exciting and daunting task. Mistakes happen, and many scenarios within the start-up phase can be fixed later, but the same cannot be said in terms of your […]

9 Ways to Build Your Restaurants Opening Day Team

9 Ways to Build Your Restaurants Opening Day Team Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 09/06/2016 Your restaurant is only as strong as the team that operates it. It’s no secret — people are everything. They must get the vision and feel the passion for your concept to consistently execute on a day-to-day basis. It’s […]

Hidden Restaurant Start-Up Costs; How to Prepare for the Unexpected

Hidden Restaurant Start-Up Costs; How to Prepare for the Unexpected Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 08/22/2016 If you’ve always dreamed about starting your own restaurant, it’s imperative that you understand expenses. Even with thorough research and planning, an unexpected or slight oversight could happen, resulting in costs being added to your ever-expanding, start-up budget. […]

7 Tips on Pitching Your Restaurant Concept to Investors

7 Tips on Pitching Your Restaurant Concept to Investors Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 08/09/2016 You’ve developed your restaurant concept plan, you’ve completed a feasibility study, and you’ve written a pretty solid business plan. Or maybe you’ve been successfully operating a restaurant for years and are looking to expand. Fantastic! But now what? Due […]

Executing Your Rock-Solid Restaurant Soft Opening

Executing Your Rock-Solid Restaurant Soft Opening Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 07/26/2016 Planning, execution, consistency, adjustments, training, and timing. These are all keywords you will hear during the start-up phase of your new restaurant. There is no better way to test your restaurant or bar on these keywords prior to “officially” opening other than […]

Strategies to Save Time & Money During Start-Up

Strategies to Save Time & Money During Start-Up Originally Posted on FoodableTV – By Doug Radkey 07/12/2016 Going through the motions of starting your first restaurant requires an incredible amount of time and financial management.  Discovering opportunities to save on both will effectively result in less stress and a generous opening day budget. Effective Planning Before officially […]

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