Adding Pizza To Your Restaurant Menu: 3 Tips

If you are looking for versatile, well-loved foods to add to your restaurant's menu, pizza is definitely a good option. People of all ages enjoy it, and it can be customized quite easily. However, pizza is quite a unique food in how it is prepared and served. To ensure things go well when you add pizza to your menu, you'll want to follow these tips. 1. Start with one size Read More 

Three Things To Like About Soft Shell Tacos

While your local Mexican food restaurant likely has a large number of menu options, one dish that can often be appealing is an order of tacos. Tacos are immensely popular at Mexican eateries, thanks in part to the many varieties that are available. For example, most establishments provide options such as beef tacos, chicken tacos, and vegetarian tacos. If you have an appetite for tacos, you'll need to decide not only what fillings you want, but also what style of shell you'll have. Read More 

What To Expect When You Visit A Nigerian Restaurant

Nigerian food is not as common as the United States as a lot of other cuisines, such as Italian, Chinese, and Thai. However, Nigerian restaurants are beginning to pop up in a few cities. Chefs and amazing cooks from Nigeria are excited to start sharing their creations with the world. But what can you expect when you step into a Nigerian restaurant? What kinds of foods will you see on the menu? Read More 

A Bar Crawl That Will Remind You And Your Friends Of The Past

If your college buddies will be hitting you up over the holidays and you would like to spend some time celebrating the festive aura that is promoted throughout the downtown region, ask your pals if they would like to partake in a late-night bar crawl. The crawl can include stopping at your favorite bars from the past and finishing up the evening with a full meal and a ride back to your friends' hotel. Read More 

How to Draw Evening Customers Into Your 24-Hour Diner

Keeping your diner open 24 hours a day is a good claim to fame, and you are sure to have some customers, such as those who work night shifts, who appreciate being able to dine out at odd hours. However, business is almost certain to be slower in the middle of the night than during the day. Here are some ideas for diner owners looking to encourage more customers to come during the evening hours so you can maintain your current staff and grow your restaurant business. Read More