According to a Restaurant.com survey1, parents enjoy dining out with their kids! In fact, 59 percent of parents dine out with their children once a week or more. That’s a perfect opportunity for you to attract a loyal family following. Beyond offering high chairs, how do you attract pint-size diners—and their eager-to-not-cook-dinner house parents—without incurring big expenses? Read on!

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Gain Customers, Profits and Invaluable Marketing Tools with Restaurant.com Bringing more than 15 years’ experience in driving traffic into restaurants, Restaurant.com is thrilled to announce that we are working with select Edible Arrangements® franchises to test a new sales-driving program. Our program brings hungry customers to locations across the nation by incenting them with savings. It drives new (and repeat) customers to participating locations, ready to purchase. Here’s how it will work for you

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It might surprise you to know that 51 percent of food workers said they “always” or “frequently” go to work when they’re sick.1 Unsettling statistics like this have resulted in paid sick day (or paid sick leave) standards being set across the country, with Chicago being the most recent

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Serving more than 2,000 exhibitors and hundreds of thought-provoking seminars, the 2016 National Restaurant Association has closed its doors for the year. Since not all of our restaurant partners attended the show, our partner team walked the (many) halls of Chicago’s McCormick Place and found these tastes, trends and tech to give you some exciting and new things to chew on

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Taste, price and healthfulness are the biggest drivers of food purchasing decisions.1 And until recently, healthfulness has been absent from menu descriptions. Nutrition is important to diners, and research shows that most consumers want menu labeling to help them make better choices. For example, when diners eat fast food, they tend to consume more calories than they realize…and menu labels can help them choose lower-calorie options

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A restaurant meal is a social experience. And after the meal is over, people keep talking online about what they did and (cue the scary music) what they didn’t like. Today, we’re focusing on how to handle negative reviews and how to get unhappy diners to come back for more

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