Pre-Covid ask who needs an online table booking system and the majority would say restaurants, and restaurants only. However, Covid-19 has changed pretty much everything about the way we live our lives, including the venues that need an online table booking system....
A blog on al fresco dining in England in October may seem a little crazy, but, these uncertain times call for unique measures! So, bear with us as we run through some unique al fresco experiences and raise the question whether al fresco is the ‘new...
Under new restrictions to help stop the spread of coronavirus, all venues will now have to close at 10pm, dealing another crushing blow to the already struggling hospitality industry and British nightlife. We’re taking a look at how our online booking system can...
With the discount used over 64 million times in the first three weeks and restaurants full to capacity Monday-Wednesday it’s safe to say that on the whole the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme has been a success. But, with the discount drawing to a...
Having worked in the restaurant industry for over 20 years we know how much restaurant and bar managers have to juggle and how all systems must be reliable. Therefore, we know that restaurateurs can sometimes be sceptical about switching to an online booking system...
In our tech-centric world restaurants and bars are increasingly encouraged to implement an online table booking and management system. But, why should you use an online booking system? Increase Bookings Whether you’re a restaurant, bar or cafe, your over-arching...
As part of the UK government’s bid to pump life back into the hospitality industry, chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the ‘Eat Out To Help Out Scheme’. During the scheme the general public can receive 50% discounts on food and non-alcoholic drinks...
‘Table of 10 for 7pm haven’t turned up’. It’s a phrase that can turn any restaurant manager’s stomach. But, restaurant no shows aren’t just nauseating, they can be incredibly damaging. First off, there’s the loss of revenue...
It is now a legal requirement that hospitality venues such as restaurants and pubs take consumer details to aid with the UK government’s track and trace initiative. Although it is understandable and necessary for the hospitality industry to help in this way,...
Restaurants may be open following the UK lockdown, however, that doesn’t mean they are fully booked. For a start off, social distancing is halving capacity for most bars and restaurants, therefore limiting the amount of bookings that can be taken. On top of this, with...
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