Restaurants Now Working Smarter, Not Harder Simplifying Operations Improves Results
There are many reasons why a restaurant will limit its hours of operation. Sometimes businesses close on weekdays to prepare for the remainder of the week, especially when most of their business is generated on weekends. Other restaurants will limit their hours to accommodate being short-staffed, or because their menus are tailored to specific meal times. Some restaurants may even limit their hours of operation in response to growing demand for flexible work hours that provide staff a better quality of life.
But by complimenting their restaurant’s unique schedule with smaller menus, owners establish a more manageable business model, are able to promote top-selling and high-profitable items, and set customer expectations through well-communicated schedules and business changes.