If you were setting foot into your own restaurant for the very first time, how would you feel? Not only as a patron, but as an employee?
Would you feel welcomed? Rushed? Comfortable? Anxious? Excited?
What we’re trying to pinpoint here is the culture that exists in your restaurant. Even though it’s one of the most frequently used buzzwords in the industry today, it’s still incredibly relevant.
The culture that you create within the walls of your establishment and among your employees is linked directly to your success.
So if you need to define your culture – or how about we call it vibe instead? – you can figure that out rather quickly with our method below.
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