Talking About Restaurants

Tips For Blending The Best Milkshakes In Town For Your Cafe’s Customers

If your small cafe has decided to purchase a milkshake machine so you can start making your customers gourmet frozen treats, then knowing how to blend award-winning shakes is essential. Milkshakes have a good markup and if you learn to make excellent shakes, then your customers will come back time after time for their favorites.  To make great milkshakes, follow each of these time-tested tips: Tip: Choose Ice Cream with Less Butterfat for a Creamier Milkshake Read More 

3 Kinds Of Pizza To Try With The Pizza Lover In Your Life

If your significant other, a loved one, or a close friend is obsessed with pizza, why not surprise them by researching your local pizza restaurants and setting out to try different pizza styles with each other? You can plan one pizza outing per week or go all out and try each kind in the same day as part of a pizza challenge. Each of these styles of pizza is unique, while all being delicious, comforting, and loaded with sauce and cheese. Read More 

6 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Commercial Cooler

One of the last things you want as a restaurant owner is a situation where your commercial cooler suddenly malfunctions, leaving you with no way to keep your perishable items cool —that will cause you to lose business as well as create a situation where you have no choice but to dispose of valuable inventory. The time may come when your best course of action is to replace your commercial cooler rather than continuing to have it repaired and hope for the best. Read More 

Going On A Date? Why You Should Sit At The Bar

If you're going out on a date, you are probably experiencing a range of emotions. You're excited about the prospect of conversing with your interest and finding out more about them, but you may also be dealing with some jitters because you're nervous and want to put your best foot forward. If you're taking your date to a restaurant or pub like Art's Tavern, you may be thinking about sitting at a traditional table for the evening. Read More 

4 Business Banquet Etiquette Tips To Learn

If you were just hired to a new job that frequently hosts banquets or formal luncheons with prospective and current clients, it is important that you follow proper etiquette during these events if you want to impress your bosses and your clients. Here are a few etiquette tips that you can use to stand out. #1 Keep Your Phone Away It can be tempting to pull out your phone to check your messages, email or just check in on a app that you use. Read More