Here’s the big lesson COVID-19 taught restaurant operators: if you want your restaurant to grow, think small. At least, think smaller. And faster. And nimbler.
QR codes have experienced a resurgence in popularity during the pandemic, most notably as a way for restaurants to provide their guests with contactless menus.
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Few industries were hit harder than restaurants by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The reopening of the U.S. economy poses unique challenges and opportunities for restaurants that have been operating at a limited capacity for over a year.
The highly anticipated return of restaurant dining post pandemic has operators planning for their big welcome back to patrons.
As happy as operators are to see more people returning to bars and restaurants, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find enough people to staff each shift.
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Last year, the pandemic shook the restaurant industry to its core.