As the landscape changes with the threat of COVID-19, here’s how some of our customers are shifting their strategy to ensure their guests stay safe, healthy, and fed while still being able to enjoy their favorite restaurant meals.
Even as government regulations restrict or eliminate dine-in options and public concern over COVID-19 grows, consumers still need the sustenance and, especially, the convenience they count on from the operations they know and trust.
With many cities across the United States requiring restaurant operators shift to take-out and delivery strategies, these marketing tips will help keep your business top of mind with consumers while also driving profitability.
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Regardless of our ever-changing world, food is the ingredient that binds us together. Just because customers can’t dine in your dining room doesn’t mean they can’t still have a meaningful experience you helped create.
Every Easter, families come together to celebrate with loved ones at your restaurant. This year, you can help them do the same at home. Shamrock Foods has everything you need to create Easter dinner to-go boxes that are as delicious as they are easy to prepare.
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With the sudden shift to running a restaurant that offers full off-premise dining, it’s important to take stock of touchpoints that will help customers find you, make it easy to do business with you, and streamline the operations for your staff.
With a variety of features and capabilities, restaurants verified with Google My Business can leverage the Google platform to organically drive users and engagement to their pages and drive new orders. Read on for tips to best leverage and maximize a Google My Business listing – through good times and the more challenging of times.
As consumers spend more time than ever evaluating their food options, restaurants can help by ease concerns of their guests by understanding and sharing take-out and delivery best practices.
COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, and the restaurant industry has stepped forward as a committed helper, making sure their services stay available for consumers who have struggled to obtain supplies from traditional grocers emptied by panicked shoppers. A few pioneering restaurants have taken their to-go, curbside and pre-prepped meal service a step farther and are now selling raw …
Pre-made meals feature refrigerated fresh ingredients and instructions for consumers to cook and/or reheat the meal at home according to their own timeline. They’re also built for the family, with multiple servings per order.
Business ideas are written on napkins. Acquaintances become friends. First dates evolve into marriage proposals. Accomplishments both great and small are celebrated. While we may not be able to enjoy our favorite in-restaurant experiences at this exact moment in time, they’ll be here for us in the future – if we’re here for them now. There are many ways to …
Managing labor needs in ways that bolster business in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic is a true challenge. Now is the time to be proactive. Take steps that facilitate takeout and delivery service, keep your best workers working and continue to satisfy customers.