Conclusion: The Beginner’s Guide to Restaurant Marketing

With further reading and restaurant marketing resources

If you’re here, it means you’ve read through The Beginner’s Guide to Restaurant Marketing and are ready to launch a successful marketing program. Congratulations! You’re on your way to business growth.

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Appendix: Additional Restaurant Marketing Resources

Below are a few additional tools and articles for marketing specific situations and establishment types.

New Restaurant Opening

Have you just opened a new restaurant? Do you want to create awareness among potential customers in your neighborhood? Check out the Restaurant Opening Marketing Plan to set effective marketing objectives and strategies.

Second Location Opening

Opening a second location is an exciting venture. Be sure to target your marketing efforts toward the right geographic and demographic audience. Send out special promos to nearby neighborhoods or loyalty members who live closer to your new location than your first one.

Marketing a Winery

Wineries have some unique marketing needs and possibilities. Check out these tips on generating buzz for your winery business.

Further Reading

3 Ways Food Trucks Can Book More Catering Gigs

How Gift Cards, Loyalty Programs, and Customer Reviews Can Help Your Restaurant

Restaurant Digital Marketing Plan

Restaurant Marketing Made Easy

Restaurant Social Media Marketing Plan

See an ROI with Your Restaurant Social Media 

Social Media Policy Template for Restaurants

Take Your Menu Cues From Pinterest

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