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10
Jun

Before Reopening Restaurant Owners Should Take These Steps

Now that restaurants from Michigan to Los Angeles have gotten the green light on reopening restaurants including their dine-in options, the time for restaurant owners to reopen responsibly and in an informed way is more important than ever. In recent weeks, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued a new set of more detailed safety guidelines for restaurants and bars

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27
May

Navigating To-Go Liquor Sales

After states across the country began imposing mandatory closures to slow the spread of COVID-19, bars, liquor stores, and restaurants had to think quickly on how to keep their operations going and their business from shutting down entirely. In response to the mandatory closing of the restaurant and bar industry, local and state governments began loosening their liquor laws, allowing

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20
May

The Dos & Don’ts of Restaurant Operations During COVID-19

Cleaning a restaurant, serving customers, getting the food out on time, and everything else that comes with a restaurant’s expectations have seen ample changes with the spread of COVID-19. Practically every part of eating out and ordering in has changed, and rightfully so. But restaurants need to reassure their diners that they are safe to eat at and eat from,

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6
May

How to Implement Restaurant Curbside Pickup

Across the country, restaurants have had to completely change the way they operate and supply food to their patrons. While the country waits for social distancing rules to be lifted, restaurants are having to improvise by offering curbside and delivery services to customers rather than dine-in options. And while some major chain restaurants and fast food companies were experimenting with

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29
Apr

Composting at Restaurants: Reducing Waste

For restaurant clients looking to cut down on food waste and related costs, the subject of composting should be broached. One of the biggest expenses every restaurant faces is proper waste removal. In fact, in a commercial kitchen, it’s estimated that as much as 70 percent of all waste is made up of organic material, such as food scraps and

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15
Apr

Going Green: How Restaurants Can Start

When some people go out to eat at a restaurant, they might not clean their plate. They have a choice of taking their leftover food home for late-night munching, or just throwing it away. And while that little bit of food on the plate may not seem like much, it represents $162 billion worth of food waste in the entire

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8
Apr

How Nightclubs Can Mitigate Sexual Assault Risk for Patrons

Nightclubs have always been a great place for friends to gather and enjoy music, dancing, and drinks. But for some people, a fun night out can quickly turn into an unfortunate and uncomfortable situation where sexual assault and harassment play a role. An offer to dance or buy someone a drink could quickly turn hostile if denied, opening the door

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19
Mar

Electrical Safety in Music Venues

Music venues may be havens for fans of the latest pop sensation or storied rock group, but for those who run the venues, they present a number of liabilities and safety risks. Because of the huge amount of power consumption that goes into a single show through things like lighting and sound, music venue operators need to be aware of

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11
Mar

How to Ensure Musician Safety in Venues

Concerts are great places for music fans to come together to hear some of their favorite bands and singers play great tunes. But the music venue where these concerts are held can pose a number of potential risks, not only for those attending the concert, but the talent on stage, which brings music venue safety to the forefront. From nasty

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