How about some creative ideas for restaurants and chefs during the crisis?



Many chefs restaurants are coming up with some creative ideas during this crisis.

Some of the examples are:


  • Selling Giftcards

  • Online take-out orders

  • GoFundMe donation Campagne

  • Turning your restaurant into a temporary grocery mart

  • Subway is testing the new idea - Subway Grocery

  • Restaurant turning Wine Shop

  • Union Hospitality Group has a fundraiser ranging from private dinners to cooking classes

Many chefs are offering virtual cooking classes, but how about offering a kit so that the participants can make it together?

Virtual Cooking class with pre-class ingredients kit sent to the participants so that they too can cook the same dish

Not crisis-related, but how about turning your restaurant into reservation only? Sure it may sound crazy, but then, it will help cut food waste, unnecessary labor costs because you buy and schedule only what you need.

This Cajun Restaurant Has a Year-Long Waiting List

There is another restaurant in Pennsylvania that offers intimate dinner that requires a one-year in advance reservation.

"Talulah's Table in Kennett Square, PA, aka the Mushroom Capital of the World, has an exclusive farmer's table with a chef's tasting menu. The experience is such a hit that reservations must be booked a full year in advance."

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