Baijiu, the national drink of China, is starting to make a name for itself in the United States. Ita s mostly in Chinese bars, nightclubs and restaurants so far, though you can find it elsewhere. Peking Tavern in Los Angeles focuses on bringing back traditional northern Chinese food and drinks, and baiju is a key element of the concept.
Is your bar or nightclub insured? If it is, have you selected the right policies? Many operators neglect the task of insuring their bars, lounges and nightclubs, which can cost them large amounts of money and even shut down their businesses.
The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery chain is creating a new prototype that it hopes will foster an enhanced sense of hospitality. The biggest change is to their seating, which will feature more communal tables.
By their very nature, speakeasies are hard to find, unpublicized, and a cocktail venue open to only those in the know. They first hit their heyday during Prohibition as we all know, but in the past year speakeasies have started to once again come into their own.
A commitment to reducing waste and caring for the environment are two factors driving operators to use up leftover ingredients in creative ways. Here are three venues and what they're doing to reduce waste and control costs.
Bar, nightclub, lounge and restaurant owners and operators are constantly looking to use their time, money and employees more effectively. That's why some in our industry are outsourcing some tasks, freeing up their time and energy.
It isn't just slumping sales and bad online reviews that can sink a bar, nightclub or restaurant. In our industry, all types of unexpected events and outside influences can devastate a business in moments. Here are 3 tales of owners who overcame the odds and rebuilt their bars.