AJ explains the basics of menu engineering and 5 things restaurant owners can try today to maximize their menu’s profit margins.
BevSpot and Main Street Hub come together to host a webinar on how to boost profits at your restaurant or bar.
Andrew breaks down the cost and benefits behind running a bottle service for your bar or nightclub.
Hitendra explains why it is critical for bar teams to incorporate technology for their accountants.
Amanda chats with the owner of a bar mystery shopping service to see what they look for when evaluating a bar and understanding why these factors are important.
Trevor lists the essential checklist of beer, wine, spirits, and mixers for stocking a new bar. Make sure you have everything you need.
Loren describes the different options for hopeful restauranteurs and bar owners to finance their new business.
Joe details how bar managers new to looking at product mix reports should approach them and understand their use.
Trevor breaks down how to approach pricing your wine by the glass offerings to get the most out of them.
BevSpot’s Drink Price Calculator has been used by thousands of bars for pricing popular cocktails. We look at which cocktails were the most popular.
A webinar hosted by Main Street Hub featuring BevSpot CEO Rory Crawford that focuses on the subject of boosting the profitability of your business.
We give you an overview of how bars at country clubs differ from traditional bar programs and what particular problems they face.
See how our new, free benchmarking tool can help you make sure your bar is performing and keeping up with the competition.
There’s great data hidden inside your POS system—you just have to know how to find it.
You know how to calculate the metrics for measuring your bar’s profitability. But do you know why they matter?
Improving your bar’s profitability comes down to understanding the numbers. To make it easier, we’ve put together the seven essential bar math equations you need to know to help you run a more profitable bar or restaurant. Bookmark it. Print it. Never forget an equation again.