Today a new wave of speakeasies is rising. They’ve ditched the Gatsby glam in favor of emphasizing distinctive decor schemes — but have retained those hush-hush
Deciding how to lay out your restaurant is one of the major decisions you have to make before opening, and it can completely affect the feel of your operation.
A Q&A with Ken Lavery, Marketing and Communications Manager, Special-Lite, Inc.
You only get one chance to make a first impression. Typically, a patron’s first take of a restaurant centers on the entry area, both inside and outside. The entrance’s
Food critics most likely will never write about a restaurant's entrance. To them, it's all about the food and the service. Yet, the entranceway represents a key element —