R&CA: Increased visitor spend a boon for hospitality

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R&CA: Increased visitor spend a boon for hospitality

R&CA: Increased visitor spend a boon for hospitality

International visitors' total expenditure on food, drink and accommodation exceeded $12.3 billion for the year ending June 2017, according to data from International Visitor Survey (IVS), released on 6 September.

Out of a total spend of $40.6 billion, expenditure on food, drink and accommodation represented 30.4 percent of the total...

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R&CA: Increased visitor spend a boon for hospitality

What is a Line Cook (And What Makes a Great One)

What is a Line Cook (And What Makes a Great One)

If servers are the heart, and the concept is the soul, then line cooks are the muscle in a restaurant. They are the ones that do the heavy lifting and make things happen.

Line cooks get their name loosely from the original brigade systems created in France some time ago. The cooking equipment was set up in a line, as it is now and the cooks assigned to each station were the line cooks.

But today, there's not just one kind of line cook. If you want to hire the best one, download Toast's Restaurant Hiring Kit (and read on for more insights)...

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What is a Line Cook (And What Makes a Great One)

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

No need to get stuck in an almond butter & banana rut. Here are some nutritious, flavor-packed spreads, slathers, and toppings for anything flat and relatively crispy. Or, broadly speaking, toast ideas. Perfect for breakfast, light lunches, mid-day snacks. This list focuses primarily on the savory front.

1. Lentils folded into Yogurt, Spinach, and Basil - (101 Cookbooks) This was fantastically popular on Pinterest when I originally posted it (a bit of a surprise to me!). My advice? Make a double batch of the lentil topping. It features loads of spinach, a bit of garlic, and basil bound with greek yogurt. I love it on toasted walnut bread, but friends who can't handle gluten or wheat enjoy it wrapped in sturdy lettuce...

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A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

Facebook Video Engagement: What We Learned From Analyzing 100 Million Videos

Engagement: What We Learned From Analyzing 100 Million Videos

What a difference a year makes. Last summer we wrote a post on why video is key to Facebook marketing. This summer our research data shows just how overwhelmingly dominant video, including Facebook Live video, has become. We analyzed 100 million Facebook videos published in the last year and using this data we can reveal...

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Facebook Video Engagement: What We Learned From Analyzing 100 Million Videos

Increasing Your Restaurant’s Reach With Facebook Live

Increasing Your Restaurant’s Reach With Facebook Live

Live streaming is becoming a more normal part of our lives, with tools like Facebook Live and Twitch giving people their own 15 minutes of fame. Users can let people have a look into their lives and share important events with them.

Your restaurant can do the same type of thing in order to attract more customers, and make stronger connections with your followers. Here are some ways to implement Facebook Live into your social media strategies, so you can boost your restaurant's Facebook reach and follower engagement...

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Increasing Your Restaurant’s Reach With Facebook Live

Small Space, Big Results

Small Space, Big Results

They say that good things come in small packages, and when you look at many establishments in the hospitality industry this is most certainly true. From the famed restaurants of Tokyo that seat 10 people or less to the rise and rise of the small bar culture, small venues are big business. Or are they?

When you're significantly limiting the number of patrons you're able to serve on any given night purely as a result of the size of your space, how do you maximize sales?

Here are a few ideas...

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Small Space, Big Results

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