Manage My Restaurant
It’s all fun and games until you have to get down to business. On this page we will share links and BLOG posts that will help you navigate your sales and marketing, workforce management, food and nutrition trends, customer service and anything else that helps you operate your business.
Manage my Restaurant
Restaurant Success Guide
Even though all the moving parts of running a restaurant can seem endlessly overwhelming, profitability BOILS DOWN TO FIVE SIMPLE “LEVERS”.
The value in these levers is not that they are “secret” but that they help you SIMPLIFY what to focus on. Instead of a million different things – just focus on these 5 levers.
Customer Service Training
Learn how to empower your staff to double your sales by treating your customers right, selling the most profitable items on your menu and building your brand with every person who steps through your door.
There are many reasons to belong to your industry association, we help you with negotiated discounts, answering your management questions and voicing your concerns to elected officials.
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Opening a Restaurant in New Mexico?
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Sales and Marketing for Your Restaurant
Bringing in new customers and keeping the ones you have are critical to your restaurants’ success.
Hiring and retaining employees, making payroll, knowing food trends, employee policies, standard operating procedures. You need to know it all. We have the information you need.
BLOG articles on everything you need to know to open and manage your restaurant
from: Food Safety Focus It’s National Food Safety Month, and throughout September, we’re sharing resources and information aimed at helping you improve your food safety practices. This year’s theme is “Controlling Risk: The Elements of a Food Safety Management System”...read more
As a restaurant employee, you’re trained. You’re experienced. You’re good at your job. That’s why it’s so essential that you provide input to your managers. While they’re busy doing their jobs, they may not be able to see the gaps in the day-to-day rules of the...read more
ProStart is a career and technical education program that unites the foodservice industry and the classroom to teach high school students culinary skills and restaurant management principles, as well as skills such as communication, teamwork, professionalism, and time...read more
When we surveyed our members recently on the challenges they face as employers and business owners, the biggest challenge by far was finding and retaining employees. Offering benefits is a great strategy for employee retention, and helps set you apart from other...read more
(from ServSuccess) Often times jobs in the hospitality and food service industry are not presented in the most positive an professional light, However many of the jobs require a high level of proficiency and precision to do them well. In the interest of providing...read more
Ask any successful restaurateur what they would do without their trusted suppliers, and most of them are going to tell you the truth, vendors are the lifeblood of the industry. Whether it is scoring fresh produce, getting a vent hood serviced or building a menu...read more
Guest Blogger Jerry Harrell, 2018-2019 Board Chairman of NMRA and Owner of Double Eagle de Mesilla in Mesilla, New Mexico, offers some insight on 3rd Party Delivery: Uber Eats, Waiter, Door Dash, Grub Hub, TuYu, Lodel are some of the delivery businesses knocking on...read more
As New Mexico’s leading association for restaurant owners – with a staff that has years of restaurant ownership & management experience – we know first-hand the excitement that comes with owning your own restaurant business. It’s exciting, but achieving success...read more
We’ve all had those days when you wish you had more hours in a day, or better yet—a personal assistant to help you get things done. For restaurant operators, those days happen often. You’ve got a ton to manage. Even the things you can expect to deal with every day...read more