In 2020, for obvious reasons, the festive season is playing out a little differently than usual. But social distancing or not, there is one mainstay of the holidays that even a pandemic can't stop - guests getting a little carried away with boozy celebrations.
Understanding what to do if things start to get out of hand can not only prevent accidents from happening within your business, but also ensure the safety of your guests and staff for the entirety of the night.
There are no two ways about it: right now, takeaway is the Big Thing in hospitality. For many businesses, this has been an unavoidable consequence of Coronavirus restrictions. But whether takeaway is something you’re moving towards to adapt to social distancing, or it’s something you’ve always offered, there are measures you can take to make your takeaway offering more appealing to your customers and easier on your business.
In this post, Mike Walmsley walks us through the ins and outs (no pun intended) of adapting to a takeaway menu.