Will your restaurant be offering Thanksgiving dinner? How about Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve?
If so, send us the details so we can include you in our Holiday Dining listings.
Send all the information – restaurant name, physical address, website, phone number and type of meal service you will be providing. As with last year, we’ll be specifying if the meal service is dine-in, takeout (including contactless curbside) or delivery.
The SJO staff will copy and paste any details you send, so be sure it’s worded the way you’d like our readers to see it. Please, DO NOT SEND PDFS. Text documents, JPEGs and PNGs are preferred. (Please note that special fonts and formatting, such as centered text, will not be copied to the file. However, if you have a JPEG or PNG of your menu, it may be included in the listing.
Please note: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve listings will be for special menus only; all restaurants open for Christmas Day will be listed.
The hospitality industry is facing an extraordinary staffing crisis. New hires are more likely to be inexperienced. It’s essential that they be trained to provide proper service that ensures your customers leave happy – and that they come back.
It’s well documented that diners are more likely to frequent a restaurant with exceptional service even if the food is only modest.
Scott Joseph’s Server Training Course is an online resource that teaches your staff the skills to become better servers. It’s comprehensive and affordable, and servers can complete the course at their own pace on a computer, tablet or smartphone. The subject is taught in video modules that include quizzes to aid knowledge retention.
The course is taught by Scott Joseph, who for more than 30 years has been critiquing the service industry. He knows that a well-trained server can insure that your guests leave happy, will want to return and are more likely to share their positive experience with others. And servers who are well trained are happier in their jobs and more likely to stay on, reducing staff turnover.
Module topics include:
Also included: The Diner’s Bill of Rights: A list of what a guest should expect from the staff of a restaurant (and what should be expected of the guest, too).
The course can be customized to meet the specific needs of your restaurant, including personalized greeting and modules and quizzes for menu knowledge.
Preview the complete course at
Pricing from $147/server.
For group and customization rates, contact:
[email protected] or call 407-595-4793