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Fine dining and face masks don’t go together
Like many people during the Coronavirus pandemic I’ve missed going out for meals at restaurants. Living in the Greater New York City area offers an unending array of excellent restaurants serving great food from all over the planet. Great and … Continue reading
Posted in Dining, Restaurant Marketing Tagged Coronavirus restaurants, Dining with masks, Hospitality 2 Comments
Restaurants and dynamic pricing
Most people are quite familiar with the concept of dynamic pricing. If you’ve ever bought a plane ticket or rented a car you know exactly the meaning of dynamic pricing, more demand, the higher the price, lower demand, a lower … Continue reading
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New York City Oyster Bar Restaurant has a brand for the ages
The restaurant business is notably challenging. You’ve probably heard statistics like 90% + of all restaurants fail – apparently not true according to recent studies done by Professor Dr. HG Parsa. In fact Prof. Parsa also offers that 59% of … Continue reading