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Side Gigs for Restaurants

Small Business Labs

Meet the Ghost Franchises covers the growing number of companies franchising food concepts to existing restaurants. The restaurants that take on these franchises continue to serve their regular food and make the franchise food for delivery only. The New York Times article You’ve Heard of Ghost Kitchens.

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Resilience Stories: After Her Father Was Deported, She Bought and Expanded His New Jersey Restaurant


She left her job, withdrew every cent of her 401(k), and bought her father’s Peruvian restaurant, El Gordo. Look how popular Mexican food, Asian food, Italian food restaurants are. To ensure the restaurant’s success, Morales is a hands-on entrepreneur, visiting each of her locations every day, to help the staff and meet with the chefs.


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Five restaurants to recommend in the City of London

Practically Perfect PA

As Personal Assistant’s we book hundreds of restaurants every year for our colleagues, our executives and let’s not forget ourselves. I am Paula Gibson, a Personal Assistant and Founder of JLT’s Global PA Network for over 100 PA’s.

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Advantages of Investing in Booths for your Restaurant

Small Business CEO

Owning and managing a restaurant is a dream for many people. When you are looking to open or improve a restaurant, there are many important factors to consider that can have an impact on your overall success. For many restaurants, investing in restaurant booths is a good idea. photo credit: Rawpixel.

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A Review Of: Bocconcino Mayfair

The Assistant Room

If you're looking for a high-end lunch spot for your Exec in Mayfair with top quality authentic Italian cuisine, look no further than Bocconcino, the beautiful multi-layered Italian restaurant on Berkeley Street. The post A Review Of: Bocconcino Mayfair first appeared on The Assistant Room.

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The Warehouse: Where Coworking Meets Inspiration In The Heart Of New Orleans


The Warehouse coworking space in New Orleans is located in a vibrant neighborhood in a warehouse that is more than 150 years old, with a multitude of plants and natural light. Membership includes 24/7 access, printing, and conference room time, as well as access to a kitchen, lockers and an attached restaurant/lounge with live music.

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Expanding Your Restaurant Business: 3 Things to Keep in Mind

Small Business CEO

If you’re like most enterprising restaurant owners in this country, your thoughts turn to expansion. … The post Expanding Your Restaurant Business: 3 Things to Keep in Mind appeared first on SMALL BUSINESS CEO. And the Google reviews are in: your business is a certifiable local hit. photo credit: Tim Douglas Via Pexels.