Restaurant Service – Mango Mikes http://mangomikes.com/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 20:53:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mangomikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2-150x150.png Restaurant Service – Mango Mikes http://mangomikes.com/ 32 32 Kidnapped woman rescued after sending plea for help via Grubhub command | New York https://mangomikes.com/kidnapped-woman-rescued-after-sending-plea-for-help-via-grubhub-command-new-york/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 20:53:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/kidnapped-woman-rescued-after-sending-plea-for-help-via-grubhub-command-new-york/ A kidnapped woman was rescued on Sunday after she sent a note asking for help through the food service app Grubhub. The New York woman sent an order to the Chipper Truck Cafe, a restaurant in Yonkers, New York, with a note asking restaurant workers to call the police. “Please call the police, they will […]]]>

A kidnapped woman was rescued on Sunday after she sent a note asking for help through the food service app Grubhub.

The New York woman sent an order to the Chipper Truck Cafe, a restaurant in Yonkers, New York, with a note asking restaurant workers to call the police.

“Please call the police, they will call me when you get the cones delivered, please don’t make it obvious,” the 24-year-old wrote in the “Additional Info” section. ” of his order.

A post on the restaurant’s Facebook page said the woman placed the order shortly after 5 a.m. Eastern Time.

“I’ve heard of this many times, but never thought it would happen to us,” the post read. “Fortunately, we were open and able to help him.”

Alice Bermejo, owner of the Chipper Truck Cafe, said when the order arrived restaurant workers were unsure if it was a prank, but were encouraged by her husband to call the police.

“The message came, the girls read it, and they called my husband to see what they needed to do,” Bermejo told CBS News. “He told them, let’s call the police, we can’t take any risks or chances.”

Police arrived at the delivery address at 6:20 a.m., NBC News reported, citing the New York Police Department, and were able to rescue the woman, who was taken to an area hospital.

The woman called the restaurant the next day, thanking the Chipper Truck Cafe team for their assistance.

“It’s crazy. You never think you’re going to be the person to do this or the situation is going to happen to you,” Alicia Berme told CBS.

The 32-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with multiple counts including attempted rape, assault and sexual abuse.

He is also accused of attempting to rape a second woman on June 15, NBC reports.

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Popular Filipino pop-up restaurant to expand to Georgia https://mangomikes.com/popular-filipino-pop-up-restaurant-to-expand-to-georgia/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 08:04:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/popular-filipino-pop-up-restaurant-to-expand-to-georgia/ It started as a birthday kamayan for Carlo Gan in 2017. Gan said he and his partner Mia Orino just wanted to make Filipino dishes they couldn’t find in Georgia and share them with friends and family. After five days, Gan said they started again. “We sold out again. That’s literally how it started. And […]]]>

It started as a birthday kamayan for Carlo Gan in 2017.

Gan said he and his partner Mia Orino just wanted to make Filipino dishes they couldn’t find in Georgia and share them with friends and family.

After five days, Gan said they started again. “We sold out again. That’s literally how it started. And after four or five pop-ups, restaurants are still inviting us in already,” he explained.

Now, Gan and Orino, who first met when they were 12 in Manila, are preparing to open their own restaurant, Kamayan ATL, in the Peach State.

“I’m actually in health. She’s actually in global studies. She’s got a PhD. So cooking and catering is a totally new thing for her and me. But it’s more of a passion, not like a job.”

Gan, who until recently worked as a doctor, told ABS-CBN News that they plan to serve similar dishes that customers have been queuing up at their pop-ups for the past four years.

“We don’t like to stray from what we do because we’re not that. We’re not people like that. We cook what we learned and tasted growing up,” he pointed out.

What their cooking has caught the eye of the food industry‘s highest honor. In February, Gan and Orino were named semi-finalists at the James Beard Foundation’s annual awards ceremony. Orino noted, “we were surprised for ourselves, but not for our food. We expected at some point it would be nominated for something, not necessarily for ourselves.”

Although they didn’t get the top prize, the couple said being nominated already made them feel like winners.

“It’s for every Filipino, and it’s for every Filipino over forty who is starting over, changing careers. You can do it, go for it,” Orino said.

Orino and gan also pay tribute to all the volunteers and customers who have supported them throughout their journey.

“For me and Mia, it’s like everything we serve comes from the heart. It’s not like we did this to make money, no. It’s just sharing,” said Gan.

Part of that effort is donating hot meals to community pantries, a pledge the couple said they agreed to even before disposing of the banana leaves at their first Kamayan event.

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Safety Harbor Hot Dog Restaurant is a Family Affair https://mangomikes.com/safety-harbor-hot-dog-restaurant-is-a-family-affair/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 14:58:37 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/safety-harbor-hot-dog-restaurant-is-a-family-affair/ An ex-insured opens a restaurant A former insurance employee known for baking special hot dogs for his children took a leap of faith and opened a restaurant selling his “daddy dawgs.” SAFETY HARBOR, Florida. – Every day is Father’s Day for a Safety Harbor restaurant owner. It’s even in the name of the establishment, Daddy […]]]>

Every day is Father’s Day for a Safety Harbor restaurant owner. It’s even in the name of the establishment, Daddy Dawgs.

Daddy Dawgs is a family run hot dog restaurant located on State Route 580 in Safety Harbor.

“I was driving home one day and there was a cart of hot dogs for sale, so I had pranked my wife,” said William Booser, owner of Daddy Dawgs. “I own an insurance marketing company, so I thought maybe I should sell that, do something a little easier like selling hot dogs on the side of the road.”

Maureen, Booser’s wife, suggested he sell their child’s favorite food, “Daddy Dawgs”. “Daddy Dawgs” are hot dogs wrapped in croissant dough with cheese.

“It would be interesting if we opened a little hot dog stand or a hot dog shop somewhere, so we found this place in Safety Harbor,” Booser explained.

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Since opening in 2015, the Chicago-style dog has become a bestseller. In 2022, the restaurant launched a 2-foot-long “Monster Dog” that is served on baguette bread and includes 24 toppings.

Booser’s twin sons, Brandon and Tyler, have worked at the restaurant since it opened. Her daughter Bailee also helps out when possible.

“Sometimes it can be very rewarding. It can also be very difficult working with your family,” Brandon said.

“A lot of people don’t have the opportunity to work with their families,” Tyler said.

Booser enjoys having his wife and children at Daddy Dawgs. He said they do most of the customer service and know customers by name and their usual orders.

“It’s really good to be the father here,” Booser added.

Daddy Dawgs also sells ice cream and other desserts.

LINK: Learn more about Daddy Dawgs at https://www.daddydawgs.com/.

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RIPCO acquires BCD, a real estate brokerage firm for restaurants and expands its F&B offering https://mangomikes.com/ripco-acquires-bcd-a-real-estate-brokerage-firm-for-restaurants-and-expands-its-fb-offering/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 02:43:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/ripco-acquires-bcd-a-real-estate-brokerage-firm-for-restaurants-and-expands-its-fb-offering/ RIPCO Real Estate (RIPCO), a leading full-service independent brokerage firm offering services including leasing, investment sales, property management and debt and structured finance, announced the acquisition of BCD ( Branded Concept Development), a restaurant real estate brokerage firm specializing in the expansion of food and beverage brands. Founded by Andrew Moger over 20 years ago, […]]]>

RIPCO Real Estate (RIPCO), a leading full-service independent brokerage firm offering services including leasing, investment sales, property management and debt and structured finance, announced the acquisition of BCD ( Branded Concept Development), a restaurant real estate brokerage firm specializing in the expansion of food and beverage brands.

Founded by Andrew Moger over 20 years ago, BCD has focused on project management, tenant representation and strategic investment. RIPCO will acquire the real estate brokerage company of BCD. At BCD, Moger focused on representing tenants and food and beverage customers. Some current and previous clients represented by the company include Burger & Lobster, The Smith, Ani Ramen, La Pecora Bianca, Melt Shop, Made Nice, Boqueria, Dinosaur BBQ, Union Square Hospitality and more.

“The acquisition of BCD, a food and beverage giant, enhances our ability to serve current and future F&B customers. Andrew had built a great business, representing some of the biggest restaurant brands in the country. I’m proud that he felt RIPCO was the best company to handle his impressive list of customers,” said Mark Kaplan, RIPCO’s Chief Operating Officer. “Andrew is a highly respected voice in hospitality and I expect his client list to grow exponentially with our resources behind him.”

Moger, who will be based in Manhattan and serve as vice president, will focus on business development and tenant representation, and work to further develop the company’s national expansion into food and beverage brands. . He will also help recruit F&B specialists in each of RIPCO’s current respective markets of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island, Miami and Tampa.

“I was drawn to RIPCO because of its strong corporate culture and vast resources across all eight offices,” said Moger. “With over 100 brokers at RIPCO, I am confident that my domestic food and beverage clients will have the opportunity to expand their business beyond the New York area and into cities such as Miami, Tampa and more. The combination of my close relationships and the firm’s wide geographic coverage will provide a large area of ​​growth for my clients and me.

Moger’s investment and advisory arm, BCD Strategic Investments, will continue to be a separate entity and will not be part of the acquisition. BCD’s project management arm was sold to Watchdog Project Managers last year.

Moger graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. Prior to founding BCD in September 2001, Moger was President and COO of Two Boots. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Development for Crunch Fitness International. Moger is on the advisory board of Givz, Mise, Next Gen Foods, ResQ, SevenRooms and Sunboy. He is currently also a board member of Metro Dount Holding Company, one of the largest Dunkin’ franchisees in the United States, Naya and Mighty Quinn’s BBQ. Moger is also co-founder of Melt Shop.

For more information about RIPCO, please visit www.ripcony.com. If you are interested in joining the team, please contact Erica Detorie at EDetorie@ripcony.com.

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Wendy’s expands the virtual Wendyverse with Sunrise City https://mangomikes.com/wendys-expands-the-virtual-wendyverse-with-sunrise-city/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 15:43:14 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/wendys-expands-the-virtual-wendyverse-with-sunrise-city/ Wendy’s Co. has expanded its Wendyverse virtual reality offerings on Meta’s Horizon Worlds with a breakfast area, the company announced Wednesday. The Dublin, Ohio-based burger brand that launched its Wendyverse virtual launch in April, added Sunrise City to the gaming platform. Related: Wendy’s biggest investor, Trian, plans to take over the chain Wendy’s customers with […]]]>

Wendy’s Co. has expanded its Wendyverse virtual reality offerings on Meta’s Horizon Worlds with a breakfast area, the company announced Wednesday.

The Dublin, Ohio-based burger brand that launched its Wendyverse virtual launch in April, added Sunrise City to the gaming platform.

Wendy’s customers with Quest 2 can explore the three-dimensional world on the virtual reality platform, which includes a breakfast-themed obstacle course.

The Sunrise City expansion features a drill-through castle, bacon bridges and flying cookies. Participants can paraglide over a breakfast potato, joust on a tightrope and toss cookies.

The Wendyverse Virtual Reality Hub offers a portal to Sunrise City, or users can directly search for the experience in Horizon Worlds.

As part of the expansion, Wendy’s is offering a free breakfast sandwich through its smartphone app with purchase through June 30 or it can be claimed online at wendyverse.com.

Carl Loredo, Marketing Director of Wendy’s, wrote a recent Meta blog post with advice on using the metaverse.

“It can be difficult to balance brand goals and consumer interests,” Loredo said. “At Wendy’s, we strive to create branded entertainment, so every branded touchpoint first serves the consumer by enhancing the experience, rather than distracting or destroying them.

“In the metaverse, you can’t just stick a logo on something and call it a day,” Loredo wrote. “You need to give consumers an immersive opportunity to interact with the brand, so they want to come back for more.”

The Wendyverse is open to Meta Horizon Worlds users 18 and older in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

The company offered these tips for accessing Sunrise City:

  • Flip your left wrist and select the three-line icon from the personal menu, then select the pin (down) icon
  • Select the magnifying glass icon (in the upper right corner)
  • Use the virtual keyboard to search for “Wendyverse”
  • Click on the image to travel to the central world and find portals to Sunrise City and the previously released Buck Biscuit Dome.

Wendy’s, founded in 1969, has approximately 7,000 restaurants worldwide.

Contact Ron Ruggless at [email protected]

Follow him on Twitter: @RonRuggless

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The couple reflect on the Hallmark restaurant where they first met amid the shutdown https://mangomikes.com/the-couple-reflect-on-the-hallmark-restaurant-where-they-first-met-amid-the-shutdown/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 01:11:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/the-couple-reflect-on-the-hallmark-restaurant-where-they-first-met-amid-the-shutdown/ KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – Members of the community were surprised to see a sign on the door of the Hallmark restaurant in Killeen stating that it will be closed for renovations. Employees tell KWTX that the remodel will end the Hallmark era and subsequently change the name and menu. “A little piece of my heart […]]]>

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – Members of the community were surprised to see a sign on the door of the Hallmark restaurant in Killeen stating that it will be closed for renovations. Employees tell KWTX that the remodel will end the Hallmark era and subsequently change the name and menu.

“A little piece of my heart kind of dropped,” David Guthrie Junior said when he found out the Killeen staple was closing. He was hired there as a bust in his very first job in the 80s.

The restaurant had been in business for over 40 years, in its heyday under Jerry D Henderson at a time when few restaurants sat along the Central Texas Expressway.

A sign on the door on Monday said ‘We will be closing Monday June 13, 2022 for renovations until further notice…thank you’. Inside, the lights were off and boxes full of aprons were visible on some tables.

Residents knew the restaurant for its all-you-can-eat catfish days and 24-hour service.

“Everyone went there especially after the bars and nightclubs closed,” recalls Mercedes McDowell. “I don’t know where everyone will be going late at night now.”

She and her family now live in Kansas, but say Hallmark was an integral part of her life in Killeen.

“I met my husband on March 31, 2016. I was there drinking coffee [at Hallmark] in the middle of the night drawing. He had just been stationed at Fort Hood a few days earlier and was sitting in a cabin near me. Eventually he got bored or curious or something and he kind of looked to see what I was drawing. We started talking,” McDowell recalled.

“We sat down and drank our black coffee, I handed him a blank sheet of paper and we sat there sketching into the night,” she explained.

She says they were friends for a while before they started dating and eventually got married, but through it all, they never forgot where they first met.

“It became our date night,” McDowell said.

They eventually brought their children there and went there for all the special occasions in life.

“The day he would be deployed, we would go there, and then when he came back, he would come home, take a shower and we would run over there for dinner,” she said.

She says the waiters at Hallmark were always great, she says she took wedding photos for one of the waitresses and remembers another who always teased her and her husband on Sundays when they came in Seattle Seahawks gear.

Even their children got to know the restaurant, its staff and its customers well. She says her son always received a stuffed animal from another restaurant regularly during his visits.

Residents remember Hallmark restaurant(Mercedes McDowell)

Although they are now stationed in Kansas, McDowell says they frequent Central Texas all the time, and when they do, they always make a stop at Hallmark.

“I just wish we had more notice of it closing, we would have come back one last time.” She says she hopes to get one of the restaurant menus.

She has a collection of Polaroid photos from their restaurant visits that she wants to display with the menu.

His story and connection to the restaurant is not unique to his family.

After news of the restaurant closures spread on social media, dozens of people reflected on fond memories there.

Jodi Ross was just at Hallmark a few weeks ago and didn’t even realize it was closed.

“My dad was a long time resident of Killeen and Harker Heights,” she said. “He passed away last year at the age of 94 from Alzheimer’s disease and Hallmark was his favorite place to go. Me and my sister-in-law tend to go there once in a while just to remember my father,” Ross explained.

“It’s shocking, it’s like the end of an era. I remember Hallmark being a place for everyone,” Guthrie Jr said.

McDowell and Guthrie say that after Henderson’s death, the restaurant had its ups and downs. They say the quality of the food has changed and slowly lost some of its popularity.

Still, they can’t believe that Killeen’s staple will soon be gone.

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The ultimate restaurant destination for a Boston road trip? – NECN https://mangomikes.com/the-ultimate-restaurant-destination-for-a-boston-road-trip-necn/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 21:36:49 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/the-ultimate-restaurant-destination-for-a-boston-road-trip-necn/ While it’s true that there are countless tracts of virgin land in the western United States, some of the most remote parts of the country are also found in New England. Popular local backlands include the northeastern kingdom of Vermont, the northern woods of Maine, and the Pemigewasset Wilderness in New Hampshire. You might not […]]]>

While it’s true that there are countless tracts of virgin land in the western United States, some of the most remote parts of the country are also found in New England.

Popular local backlands include the northeastern kingdom of Vermont, the northern woods of Maine, and the Pemigewasset Wilderness in New Hampshire. You might not think southern New England would have such remote places, but it does, and one of them, the Quiet Corner of Connecticut, is just over a Greater Boston Area Time.

This beautiful part of the state, which borders Massachusetts and Rhode Island, is one of the few areas between Boston and Virginia that has an almost total lack of development, and it is simply huge, with almost half a million acres of endless forest and farmland. Scattered around the Quiet Corner are a handful of peaceful communities, including hilltop towns that wouldn’t be out of place in Vermont.

One of them is Pomfret, a town of less than 5,000 people known in part for the Vanilla Bean Cafe, a popular eatery for locals, bikers and those who enjoy a good mystery ride.

Part of the fun of Vanilla Bean Cafe is just getting there. The restaurant is along Route 169, which is so beautiful it has been designated a National Scenic Byway. The stretch from Woodstock to Pomfret is particularly nice, and approaching Pomfret from Woodstock is a pleasant way to arrive from the Boston area. Drivers can take Route 16 from the Boston Metro to Webster, where Route 197 continues, crossing the Connecticut border to Route 169 in North Woodstock. (If you’re in a hurry, you can also take the Mass. Pike to Interstate 395 to Route 44.)

Woodstock and Pomfret have a lot to offer for these small towns, so if you’re in no rush to get to Vanilla Bean, there are breweries, wineries, antique shops, country stores and hiking trails in and around the region. (Antique enthusiasts will definitely want to visit Putnam, an old mill town just east of Pomfret whose historic downtown is home to the extensive antique market.)

When you first park in the Vanilla Bean Cafe parking lot, chances are you’ll see a number of motorbikes, as the restaurant is in an area full of good roads to ride – they’re winding, breathtaking in many places and mostly empty. The restaurant is also a local hangout, where you’ll likely see students from nearby prep schools. Of course, those who love road trips often dine here too, especially when the weather is nice.

The space is deceptively large, with a cozy patio out front where diners can soak up the sun and breathe in the clean, often fresh air. (Much of the Quiet Corner is at an elevated elevation.) Inside, the command area resembles a barn while most interior seating is in a dining area to the right – it includes a the back, which adds to the country atmosphere. The back area is also set up for live music, where you can listen to everything from folk to jazz to blues and more.

Photos: The ultimate road trip restaurant in a surprising part of New England

Many restaurants that have the word “coffee” in their name tend to focus on lighter fare, but the Vanilla Bean Cafe has a fairly extensive menu, including plates big enough for those hungry. Some of the favorites here include breakfast dishes, like omelettes, egg sandwiches, French toast, and pancakes; a rich-tasting beef chili with lots of cheese and a moderate amount of heat (a vegetarian version is also available); a rotating list of freshly made soups such as clam chowder and Florentine tomato; an old-fashioned Lorraine quiche with lots of smoked bacon; a very filling bean burrito that might keep you from trying one of their wonderful desserts (more on that in a bit); a roast beef and cheddar sandwich enhanced with horseradish sour cream; a variety of quesadillas including one with chicken and bacon; a messy but delicious pastrami ruben on rye bread; Nathan’s always tasty hot dogs; and all kinds of great burgers, including a classic cheeseburger, extra lean buffalo burger, turkey burger, and black bean burger.

Saving room for dessert is a must, as the vanilla bean is known for its sweet treats – among them cheesecake, brownies, Boston cream pie, rainbow cake, cookies, almond “joyeux” and carrot cake. The Vanilla Bean also serves beer and wine (including options from these local breweries and wineries) and, as you’d expect from a cafe, plenty of coffee and tea options.

The Vanilla Bean Cafe has been around for many years, becoming something of an institution for its perfect combination of great food, service and ambiance in a quaint setting. And because it really isn’t that far from Greater Boston, there’s plenty of time to explore this surprisingly unspoilt area of ​​New England that’s all too often overlooked, despite being so much closer than some of the other parts. in the region who feel very far from the beaten track.

Vanilla Bean Cafe, 450 Deerfield Road, Pomfret Center, CT, 06259. thevanillabeancafe.com.

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Openbravo Launches New Quick Service POS System to Meet Demands of QSR and Fast Casual Restaurant Chains https://mangomikes.com/openbravo-launches-new-quick-service-pos-system-to-meet-demands-of-qsr-and-fast-casual-restaurant-chains/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/openbravo-launches-new-quick-service-pos-system-to-meet-demands-of-qsr-and-fast-casual-restaurant-chains/ The phenomenal and continuous global growth of this sector over the past decade is expected to continue in the years to come, creating new challenges for quick service restaurants. Customers obviously expect fast service, but they have increased expectations and demand more personalization, greater menu diversity and the ability to use new channels, especially online. […]]]>

The phenomenal and continuous global growth of this sector over the past decade is expected to continue in the years to come, creating new challenges for quick service restaurants. Customers obviously expect fast service, but they have increased expectations and demand more personalization, greater menu diversity and the ability to use new channels, especially online. At the same time, restaurants are under increasing pressure to maximize efficiency and improve profit margins.

To give restaurants the right tools to effectively manage these challenges, Openbravo is launching a cloud-based quick-service point-of-sale system designed for speed, customer service and operational efficiency, which is especially well suited for multi-store restaurants. -quick service and fast casual dining venues due to its robustness. functionalities and scalable architecture.

Fast food chains are in the midst of transformation, facing similar key challenges and needs as specialty retailers. This confluence of business challenges made the option of building a new quick service outlet a very exciting next step in our product strategy. With our modular platform, we were able to extend our strong retail-centric functional footprint with restaurant-specific features.” said Matthijs Kneppersproduct manager of Openbravo.

Key features of the solution include fast and flexible menu creation and a powerful pricing engine with options such as setting specific prices based on food service areas and delivery methods. It enables order customization, supports a variety of payment and delivery options, and offers restaurants the ability to easily integrate with online ordering solutions, kitchen systems, as well as delivery platforms. for the preparation and delivery of orders.

Powered by rich and adaptable user interface technology, the solution supports a variety of restaurant touchpoints. It also avoids the use of local servers and possible downtime due to temporary connection outages, thanks to its cloud-native design and resilient offline technology. These features help reduce total hardware costs and increase IT agility.

“We are extremely pleased to announce our Quick Service Point of Sale for the growth opportunity it represents for Openbravo and our channel partners. Quick Service Restaurants can benefit from a modern solution that has been designed with their business challenges in mind and we are confident in our ability to add value in this sector as we do in retail, where Openbravo is already a benchmark player.” said Marco de VriesCEO of Openbravo.

The new solution is currently in a pilot phase for a major restaurant chain, with full-scale rollout expected to begin after the summer, eventually reaching over 200 locations.

To find out more visit openbravo.com/solutions/products/quick-service-pos-restaurants.

About Openbravo

Openbravo is the software platform of choice for brands, retailers and restaurants looking to accelerate their unified commerce strategy and increase the agility of their operations. It is a fully modular platform that integrates online and offline channels and provides intelligent order management, a single real-time view of customers and inventory, a complete store solution and a point of restaurant sales to provide more personalized and convenient experiences. It is an all-in-one cloud solution.

International customers such as BUT, Decathlon, Norauto, Sharaf DG, Toys ‘R’ Us Iberia and Zôdio prefer Openbravo, which is now used in more than 50 countries with more than 10,000 users in the back office and in more than 40 000 points of sale.

To learn more, visit openbravo.com.

MEDIA CONTACT: Xavier PlacesMarketing Director, +34 607 676 568, xavier.places@openbravo.com

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Analysts take a bite out of premium QSR shares as restaurant prices rise https://mangomikes.com/analysts-take-a-bite-out-of-premium-qsr-shares-as-restaurant-prices-rise/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 05:45:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/analysts-take-a-bite-out-of-premium-qsr-shares-as-restaurant-prices-rise/ Restaurant and Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) owners face dual cost pressures. Raw material costs for edible oil, fresh milk, wheat, coffee, vegetables, tea and sugar jumped up to 60% year-on-year (YoY) due to weak supply chains and rupee depreciation/more expensive imports. TO READ THE FULL STORY, SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR JUST RS […]]]>


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Popular restaurant launches glamping holiday pods and spa resort plan for rugged Ayrshire countryside https://mangomikes.com/popular-restaurant-launches-glamping-holiday-pods-and-spa-resort-plan-for-rugged-ayrshire-countryside/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 15:01:00 +0000 https://mangomikes.com/popular-restaurant-launches-glamping-holiday-pods-and-spa-resort-plan-for-rugged-ayrshire-countryside/ Glamping holiday pods and a beauty treatment center could be erected on the grounds of a popular Ayrshire restaurant. Plans have been submitted to North Ayrshire Council to create a mixed-use facility at Scotch and Rib-aye in Lugton, Kilmarnock. Restaurant chefs want permission to erect 10 pods and a beauty spa area in the existing […]]]>

Glamping holiday pods and a beauty treatment center could be erected on the grounds of a popular Ayrshire restaurant.

Plans have been submitted to North Ayrshire Council to create a mixed-use facility at Scotch and Rib-aye in Lugton, Kilmarnock.

Restaurant chefs want permission to erect 10 pods and a beauty spa area in the existing car park and garden of the restaurant, known locally as “The Canny Man”.

If the green light is given, it is expected that between 6 and 10 jobs will be created.

Drawings filed with the local authority show proposals for a row of connected modules covering 144 square metres.

The beauty center, including a sauna and treatment rooms, measures 134 square meters. Both buildings would be single-storey pre-engineered structures.



Vacation Module Drawings

Documents show that work has already started on the site, with candidate David Milne requesting partial retrospective permission to allow development to resume.

Explaining why work had started before the planning application, Mr Milne said: ‘We had been led to believe that as the new buildings were being erected using shipping containers, they would be considered permitted development until unless we receive advice to the contrary after the work has started.”

The road chiefs have already been consulted on the plans and have raised no objections.

They say there is sufficient parking and turning within the site boundaries to accommodate the proposed development without impacting the adjacent public road network.

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