Walk into many pubs and bars in Canada today and you'll immediately notice a difference in the alcoholic offerings on tap. Not too long ago the brew scene was dominated by large breweries with very generic-tasting beers, but today that's changed. Canada, like the United States, has embraced the craft beer and independent breweries. As these microbreweries grow and spread, the joy of craft beer is reaching new heights in Canadian culture.
After I inherited my father's restaurant, I knew I needed to change a few things. The menu was outdated, the clientele was bored with the offerings, and the dining room was absolutely ancient. Fortunately, I knew what to do to infuse a new sense of style into the place. I started changing things right away, and within a few days, customers were complimenting my efforts. Our profits started to skyrocket, and it was incredible to see our bottom line start to grow. This blog is about improving your restaurant for the better so that you don't have to worry.