In a matter of seconds, one post can go viral and cost you all the work you've done to get your bar noticed.
Are you prepared in the event a social catastrophe happens?
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For the bartender, being prepared for the shift ought to start well before one’s call time to figure out ways to connect with guests and make their experience outside of the food and drink realm more positive and memorable. Here are some suggestions on how.
Keep these three things in mind when you consider how well your accounts are being serviced. YOU get to decide with whom you do business. Set your expectations high, and you will get the most out of these relationships for yourself and for your bar.
Many of these recommendations cost the restaurant nothing and stand out in a guest’s mind longer than a free shot of amaro at the end (although those are also generally appreciated in my book).