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  • Ways To Get Your Bar/Pub Busier Earlier In The Week


    Many bars and pubs are packed with patrons on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, but it may be a challenge to get your establishment busy earlier in the week. Many people forgo a night out on Mondays and Tuesdays, making many bars and pubs fairly quiet on these days. This isn't good for business — the overhead that you're paying on these days can be costly, so it's in your best interest to do what you can to increase your patronage when your establishment is otherwise quiet.
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  • Planning A 50th Anniversary Party For Your Parents? Here Are Some Catering Ideas


    When your parents are fast approaching their 50th wedding anniversary, you and your siblings will likely be putting your heads together to throw a memorable party in their honor. One of the big decisions to make is which catering service to use — for large gatherings, it's far easier and less stressful on you and your siblings to have a caterer take care of feeding the group. While most catering services can offer a variety of food choices that will suit your needs and your budget, it can be fun to partner with a service that can execute these fun ideas:
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  • How to Avoid Overeating at the Lunch Buffet


    If you're on a diet or just trying to watch your waistline, then eating at a lunch buffet can be a challenge. However, if you dine out with coworkers or family members and everyone else wants to visit the buffet, you may not really have a choice. Thankfully, there are some strategies you can use to avoid overeating at a lunch buffet, like Crico's Pizza & Subs. Here's a look.
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  • Hosting A Summer Bash To Remember With Custom Individual Pizzas


    Summer is the perfect time for parties, and if you're the parent of a teen, there's a good chance you'll be hosting at least a few. Before you spend a lot of unnecessary money on takeout or catering for your summer parties, consider an alternative approach. A pizza party where all of the kids can make individual pizzas is sure to be a hit, and if you don't want to heat up the oven, consider firing up the grill instead.
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  • What to Look for When Buying a Used Commercial Refrigerator for Your Restaurant


    A commercial refrigerator is a large refrigeration unit designed to house a great number of items. A walk-in freezer is one kind of these systems as are a long cabinet line of fridges for commercial use. Buying a new commercial fridge can cost thousands of dollars and really cut into your restaurant's budget, especially if you are just starting out or you worry about going into debt. Buying a used unit is an excellent way to get a quality piece of equipment at a more affordable price.
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