Layout and Design Tips for Large Space Restaurants

So you’ve secured a space for your new restaurant and are so excited for what lies ahead. The realtor hands over the keys and you place them into the lock and turn. You feel the doors give and excitedly push them open to behold your new space in all its glory. It’s beautiful, it’s magnificent, it’s… really big. You begin to get nervous. The space didn’t look so big the first ...

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SnagaStool Helps Bars Boost Traffic with Online Bar Stool Reservations

Would you like to fill up your bar stools during off-peak periods?  Or guarantee a packed house during the big game?  A start-up company out of Boston is offering a service they say is similar to OpenTable but for bar stools. “It started when the Bruins were in the playoffs.  I offered to pay someone to sit in their seat at the bar, because it was so crowded," explains CEO and ...

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Why Buy Commercial Grade Furniture?

There really is a difference between the quality of furniture designed for residential use and the tables, chairs, and bar stools used in commercial settings. Commercial restaurant and hospitality industry furniture must undergo stability, durability, and weight testing to meet the commercial grade standards. These standards are designed to ensure the repetitive usage of the product by people of all shapes and sizes.

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Coffee Cafes: A Hot Trend for Churches

Building community and attracting new audiences are two very important objectives for many churches, regardless of denomination. Many churches across the U. S. (and globally) have acted on a growing trend to help address these goals: open a cafe or coffee house inside the church. Depending on your church community's own goals, a coffee house could also be a much-needed revenue stream for a declining membership or ...

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