See how Square Online Store features and integrations helped Today Bread and 400° Pizzeria boost online sales and link their in-store experience to its online store
Restaurants are leveraging their supply chains by selling groceries to customers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
We’ve compiled tips — whether you’re still serving or you’re closed and need to maintain cash flow — as well as industry resources to help you manage your business right now.
Learn more about your options for how customers can pick up or receive their items.
Making pizzas started as a hobby for Sam Corban after his move to Cambourne a few years ago. It has since evolved into 400° Pizzeria, a thriving pop-up business that attracts customers from all over to enjoy oven-fired pizzas every Friday night.
Going into the business together was a natural move for the De La Vega family, which grew organically through dinner table conversations, bouncing ideas back and forth, and chatting about interiors, food and coffee.
Located on the grounds of Gwrych Castle and gardens in North Wales, Roots Cafe has been around for as long as the locals can remember.
Yamabahce is a pide specialist, with a variety of daily-changing menu items available. There are no reservations required, and it opens early for baked-egg brunches.
When you open a bar, you need objectives and strategies to stay on track. Here’s how to write a bar business plan that will roadmap your success.
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Coaltown Coffee is transforming the ex-mining town of Ammanford with cashless payments, paving the way for a new “golden era” where local industry thrives.
Mobile coffee company, Taste the Bean, put Square’s Invoices App through its paces, and were quickly impressed with how much it simplified, sped up and professionalised their approach to remote payments.
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A guide to creating and sending invoices for catering businesses.
Point-of-sale systems were holding Brooklyn Pizza back — until the owners found Square. Now the restaurant has 3 buzzing locations across the Midlands.
Behind with your festive preparations? There’s still time for you to get your restaurant Christmas-ready.
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