Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. As a restaurant owner/manager, you are likely thinking about how to fill your tables.
Here are four areas that we suggest you consider to meet that goal.Continue reading
The Mission Restaurant Supply website has an updated design. The new ecommerce site introduces a fresh logo, an overall design facelift, and new technology. Mission Restaurant Supply has always helped restaurant managers and business owners get the supplies and equipment they need in a timely manner. With the new MissionRS website, you will find that shopping online for your foodservice needs is even easier.Continue reading
The holidays are approaching, and as you put together the biggest bash of the year, you'll likely need to hire a caterer. We absolutely recommend the usual discussions, such as budget, menu and references. There are also other considerations that you might miss, so the team at Mission Restaurant Supply has scoured the web to put together a list of seven discussions you probably haven't covered.Continue reading
Every day people come together and share stories over food. Rarely however, does the food in which people gather around become the story itself. San Antonio restaurateur, Cappy Lawton, is changing this trajectory with the publication of his first cookbook, Enchiladas: Aztec to Tex-Mex.
Healthful kids' meals are predicted to be a hot trend in 2016, ranking #7 on the National Restaurant Association's Top 20 Food Trends. This is a trend that should not be ignored.Why? Providing healthy meals that appeal to both parents and kids can be a differentiator for your restaurant. In fact, 72% of consumers say that they would be more likely to visit a restaurant that offers healthful options.Continue reading
For restaurants, the holiday season can be feast or famine. We have compiled a list of tips for holiday marketing that will help keep your tables full all season long.
Fill your restaurant calendar for the holidays by rewarding your guests who book early. A gift card or discount for early planning along with a cancellation fee will ensure your dining room and/or event room is fully booked for the season.Continue reading
As this is the go-to all purpose knife used for most slicing and dicing of fruits, vegetables, meats and fish, most chefs and knife experts recommend spending more money on a chef knife than any of the others.
Your chef’s knife should be:
Avoid using your chef’s knife for:
For many restaurants, fundraising and volunteering are key ingredients in the recipe for success. Why? Because giving back is good for the community, and ultimately, for business.
Consumers today are more socially conscious and expect the restaurants they dine in to be socially responsible as well. In fact, 82% of U.S. consumers consider social responsibility when deciding where to spend their money.Continue reading
Most people don't realize what a hard life a chef has. Mission Restaurant Supply knows the struggle is real for the back of the house. Here are some of our favorite posts that give just a glimpse into the most real and common #chefproblems.Continue reading