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
NMRA has over 1200 members statewide. We take pride in providing our members, and all foodservice providers, with the best resources around. That includes our Buyer's Guide. Once a year, we produce a guide of our all Associate Members -- these are vendors and...read more
From our partners at Heartland: Marketing and promoting your gift card program is critical to its success. Whatever your primary line of business: restaurant, retail, service, or other business, most customers won't think of you as a place to buy gift cards unless you...read more
The internet has become as prominent a channel for promotion as traditional advertising platforms. Restaurant owners can no longer ignore their online presence if they want to compete in the modern landscape. From social media to audience targeting, there are several...read more
The Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has published updated guidance on when tipped-employees are working dual jobs - its latest effort to clarify what side-work tipped employees are allowed to perform under the Dual jobs and related duties in...read more
Why should you help yourself to New Mexico Restaurant Association Membership? It shows your customers you are a leader in Safety and Service, and that you’ve invested in bettering your business and the community. Together, we are stronger, and you’ll be joining over...read more
In order to protect laborers, the United States Department of Labor requires restaurants to follow various labor laws. These laws ensure that your establishment remains a safe, healthy, and fair place for all employees. Having clean, up to date employee records will...read more
Keeping up on bar trends is a fun way to evolve with your customers. Bars are, and always have been, a fantastic way for people to connect. For generations, bars have served as the social cornerstone of our society. They are a place people can go to relax, let loose,...read more
Excited to jump into the new year? Well, you should be. Here is a list of 10 different things you should be thinking about heading into 2019. The Perfect Time of the Year for New Changes The start of the year is a great time to roll out whatever changes you want for...read more
While there is always money in the liquor industry, there is also always risk.Opening your own bar or restaurant means you are jumping into a legal quagmire.Customers that are over-served at your establishment can take legal action against your business. Fights,...read more