When BaZNGA became Big Bang Burger, it wasn’t on a whim: it was based on in-depth research and restaurant management experience.
The owners of the restaurant launched BaZNGA as avid fans of the TV show Big Bang Theory. They wanted to capture the fun of the show and merge it with science and science fiction. But the sandwich and dessert shop continuously failed to perform up to expectations.
So the owners made a decision: they either had to close or bring in ... Continue Reading →
In a recent review Pia Catton stopped in at Promenade Bar & Grill and noted that “Sports bars typically follow a formula: TVs, Buffalo wings and happy hour specials. But Promenade Bar and Grill adds to the equation, then multiplies with a wow factor.”
We’re thrilled that our project has been so well received by the Wall Street Journal. You can read the entire article that delves into the boatloads of sushi that promenade now serves, ... Continue Reading →
In our blog we shall be posting ongoing articles that provide insights to best practices in the restaurant business. This may include the check lists for setting up a new venue, better ways to extract profits from ongoing enterprises, new tools and procedures available in the market place, or marketing tools and strategies.
Our best client is an educated client.
There is no single way to ... Continue Reading →
“On a unique occasion, we discovered the best sushi restaurant in Manhattan(compare to others we’ve tried so far) – Sushi Dojo” At Sushi Dojo, they take pride in fresh ingredients and artistic sushi making skills, all for a well-priced menu. One thing to note is the fresh wasabi made in front of you, that’s an important key to authentic and fresh Japanese sushi bar. Continue Reading →
Sushi Dojo is “like nowhere else in the city right now,” enthuses Kelly Dobkin, the senior editor at Zagat, which just named Bouhadana one of its “30 Under 30” for New York. Read the story here >>
“For those watching the Super Bowl, Bottomzup Bar & Grill offers a game day meu with food and drinks representing the teams. Super Bowl-inspired foods include Seattle staples like salmon rosemary burgers and pork belly pancakes … Read full listing >> Continue Reading →
“Bottomzup NYC is one of the 88% of New York City restaurants that has an “A” grade from the Health Department, and General Manager Eddie Faymy is making sure it stays that way.” Read full story and see video >> Continue Reading →