How operators are coping with higher costs
from Restaurant Hospitality
There's no denying that the costs of running a restaurant are going up. Minimum wage hikes, increases in rent, commodity inflation and a challenging regulatory environment are pressures most restaurant operators face, but perhaps none as severely as those in San Francisco, one of the most expensive markets in which to run a restaurant. At a conference hosted by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association recently, restaurant operators shared their tips for dealing with escalating costs.
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