Your Kitchen is Losing Money. So Now What?
So you’ve discovered that your kitchen isn’t the profit center you want
it to be. Instead for some reason, your kitchen is dragging down the
other parts of your business. Unless you are happy to run your kitchen
at a loss, the chances are that you want to plug the losses as soon as
Could Your Kitchen be Costing You Your Business?
As trends have shifted over the past few years, most bar owners came to
the realization that they couldn’t generate enough business by focusing
solely on drink and so kitchens became a standard addition to the
progressive bar. more>>
Food Cost Made Simple - How To Easily Calculate Your Margins
Because food cost is usually one of the highest cost percentages in any establishment, it is important to know how to calculate it. Whether you run a steak and seafood restaurant, a family restaurant, a pub or a martini bar, you need to know what your food cost is. more>>Percentage Or Margin: Pricing Your Menus Effectively
As an operator, you already know the importance of costing your menus properly. Did you know that you can use one of two strategies to set your selling prices? The key to good menu pricing is setting your selling prices to ensure that you earn your desired profit, and also to ensure that your customers perceive value. There are two ways to set your selling prices: by percentage & by margin. more>>How Properly Costed Recipes Are Worth The Effort
Determining the proper cost of each item on each of your menus can be a time-consuming process, but the effort will pay off in the end. Barkeeper shows you how you can be aware of your costs and generate proper revenue with information you can use in many aspects of your business. more>>Smart Purchasing To Contain Food Cost.
Everyone is feeling the impact of rising prices at the moment. So, to help keep your pockets, and your customers, happy we've come up with these ten easy ways for you to lower your food costs without lowering your standards!more>>