Budget Service for 2019

Every successful restaurant operator knows that developing an annual budget is a time-consuming, tedious project. Studies show that companies who prepare annual operating budgets are more successful than those who don’t. Advantages of having a budget include being able to anticipate expenses, set targets for growing the business, and staying within financial limits. Have you…

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Robert A. Benson, Manager of Restaurant Operations at KROST, featured on the Tastemaker’s podcast

  Robert A. Benson, Manager of Restaurant Operations at KROST, was recently featured on the Tastemaker’s podcast. The show was recorded while our team was at the National Restaurant Association Show with our partners from Restaurant365 earlier this summer. During the episode, Robert talks about his experience in the restaurant industry and the journey that…

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Restaurants Have Until August 30th to Comply with New Prop 65 Notice Requirement

  Toward the latter part of the 1980s, Cocktail Big and Die Hard were in the movie theaters, George Michael was telling us to have “Faith” and Wahoo’s Fish Tacos opened its first location in Costa Mesa, California. On the wall in that restaurant, was one of the first chemical warning signs posted because of…

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Minimum Wage in California and Tip Distribution

  On July 1, 2018, the minimum wage in the Cities of Los Angeles & Santa Monica, and the County of Los Angeles increased. If you have not done so already, we recommend checking the minimum hourly wage settings in your POS and adjusting, if needed, to the new minimum wage. For specifics, please see…

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The End of To-Go Supplies

  Things are changing rapidly at both the local level and the state level. Those changes will soon begin to impact what materials will be allowed to be used by restaurant operators for to go orders. This is one of the times that you want to be ahead of the curve on designing a comprehensive…

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