Where we share valuable information,
the industry’s best practices, and statistics.
Where we share valuable information, the industry’s best practices, and statistics.
Your restaurant’s sales can fluctuate significantly due to the change of the seasons. That’s why it’s important to understand how seasonal changes can impact your restaurant and come up with ways to maintain your business’ success during those months.
The bad news is that liquor inventory just plain sucks. The good news is that it can be sustainably improved with a few simple tweaks to the way you go about it. Believe it or not, you’ll be raising your hand to loving liquor inventory in no time.
Unsurprisingly, a lot can go wrong when measuring your bar or restaurant’s liquor inventory manually. So, if manual methods like pen & paper, Excel, and spreadsheets have been slowing you down, a liquor inventory scale may be worth considering.
Managing inventory the right way not only prevents losing track of supplies and catching theft but also provides invaluable customer insights.
Creating and maintaining a bar inventory system seems simple at first glance, but in practice it can quickly become time-consuming and ineffective. If this sounds familiar, you’ve come to the right place.
Keeping track of your liquor inventory system is not only stressful, but can make your job as a bar or restaurant manager much more difficult. Thankfully, there are solutions to this issue and downloading a bar inventory app is one of them.
Every bar in the world experiences shrinkage and it’s a hard factor to completely eliminate. So, is it worth even trying?
Even if your bar uses a inventory management system to make the process of taking inventory easier and faster, it’s still important to understand the manual process and everything it entails.
Whether you’re in the beginning stages of opening your own bar or have been in business for decades, determining the right price for your drinks can be tricky. uckily, we have a quick and simple bartender’s guide to cost a cocktail.
With demand and competition increasing for bartender jobs in 2019, let’s take a look at what it takes to rise up the ranks from a standard bartender to bar manager.