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Toast powers successful restaurants with a technology platform that combines restaurant POS, front of house, back of house, and guest-facing technology
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Holiday restaurant scheduling is no easy feat. If you've been looking for a new way to manage your staff schedule, look no further. This free, online and simple template is built for you.
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Did you know it costs about $15,000 to recruit and train a new manager? Learn how to find and hire a great manager --
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Identifying and reporting 86'ed menu items and handling pre-opening deliveries are important kitchen tasks that happen completely behind the scenes. Make sure they get done:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 10
"Star, puzzle, dog, and plowhorse" is not an incantation, though it may sound like one. They're the four types of menu items within . Learn to harness the power of menu engineering here:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 9
Did you catch the finalists? Prizes include a year’s worth of free Toast software, a $15K donation to a charity of your choice, and so much more. Check out which restaurants made it to the next round and cast your vote for your favorite:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 9
Setting up your kitchen without consulting your chef could be a huge mistake. After all, that's their bread and butter!
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Toast, Inc. Dec 9
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Toast, Inc. Dec 9
When the lunch rush hits, the last thing your guests want to experience are long lines. Hear how gets their guests in and out within a few minutes using our Toast Gos.
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Toast, Inc. Dec 7
Replying to @DanVallejo
Hi Dan 👋🏼 that’s definitely not the support experience we hope to deliver, we’re sorry about that. If you reach out through the help button in app, our team will be able to assist with this. Thanks!
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Toast, Inc. Dec 6
Ever wondered what happens to -based ☁️ systems when the Wifi goes down? We’re debunking about online systems. Get the facts here:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 6
You put everything on the line to work in this industry. At Toast, we get it, and our mission is to help you get back to doing what you love. We’re excited to launch , a new publication restaurateurs can use to learn and get inspired.
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Toast, Inc. Dec 6
Siri, Alexa and Cortana are here to help you search the web, text your mom, and now, order your dinner. The voice revolution is taking the food industry by storm. Will you be taking advantage?
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Toast, Inc. Dec 5
If you have to manually enter online delivery orders into your POS, you’re wasting time and money. Use the + integration.
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Toast, Inc. Dec 5
Handheld tablets send orders instantly to the kitchen, allowing your staff to spend less time running back and forth to the kitchen and more time with guests. Efficiency is key when running a restaurant, and your POS system can help with this:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 5
Restaurant equipment ranges from freezers to your POS system. Here’s our essential checklist:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 4
Yelling orders back and forth makes for a hectic kitchen experience (well, even MORE hectic.) Here’s how a Kitchen Display System, or KDS, can help:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 3
Getting a restaurant off the ground — and keeping it running — is no simple task.
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Toast, Inc. Dec 3
Online reservations are a make or break decision for restaurant guests. In fact, 51% said it's extremely important to their dining experience. Thinking about investing in a system? Learn what you should be looking for:
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Toast, Inc. Dec 2
Looking for a new ? The first decision you’ll need to make is Legacy vs. Cloud. But what’s the difference? Start your research here: 🤓
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Toast, Inc. Nov 29
“For restaurants to evolve, it’s important to find landlords that are your partners, or develop a good relationship with an existing one." See what you can do to protect your restaurant from rising rent:
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