Turn first time guests into regulars

Episode #258 How to Turn First Time Guests into Regulars

If you’re still standing, now is the time to stoke that fire, get re-inspired and rock your restaurant. In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I’m speaking with Brendan Sweeney, Co-Founder and CEO of Popmenu. In this episode we discuss what technology is most important to serve your guest and re-build a stronger restaurant business.

Episode #206 Leading Chefs Unite To Help Hospitality Workers

This episode of the Restaurant RockStars Podcast is all about an initiative to help those industry workers most affected. I’m speaking with Sean Weissbart, a NYC attorney specializing in setting up tax-exempt non profit organizations who has teamed with Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group, Daniel Boulud and Thomas Keller to create a 501 (3C) company raising funds for those in our business who need it most – our front line employees.

Restaurant Rockstars Episode #171 Priceless Legal Advice For Restaurants

Episode #171 Priceless Legal Advice For Restaurants

When I ran restaurants, my attorney was invaluable for so many unexpected issues saving me time, money and headaches. You never know when something seemingly innocent turns into a big problem. I’m also a huge believer in creating and sustaining an unstoppable “Brand”, not just running a restaurant. Today on the Restaurant RockStars Podcast, I’m speaking with Abe Cohn, a NYC attorney who specializes in Intellectual Property, Trademark & Brand Protection for restaurants.

Episode #154 New Source Of BIG PROFITS For Your Restaurant

Listen, You Can’t have too many Profit Centers in your business.  There is so much more opportunity than just selling food and drink. One of the biggest strategies to increase sales in a restaurant is “events” and private parties.  Today I’m speaking with Mr. Jonathan Morse, the Co-founder and CEO of Tripleseat.  They’ve created a turn-key Event Management App that dials in the whole process of creating events, sending proposals and tracking all the details.