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Terms that Every New Restaurant Owner Should Know

Opening a restaurant can be exciting. Everything is fast paced and you get to meet a lot of people. Behind management doors, you will have to know the tricks of the trade and the terminology associated with running a professional kitchen. It takes more than just being a good cook, so here are a few key terms that every food business owner, cook and restaurant equipment and supplies dealers should know.

  • Backorder – This is when you order products, such as restaurant equipment, food or kitchen supplies, that are no longer in stock, but are shipped immediately upon availability.
  • Menu – This is a list of beverage and food tems that are offered to customers and that are related to the concept of your restaurant.
  • Casual Dining – A restaurant that has a casual dress code and atmosphere. Food on the menu are priced moderately for casual dining.
  • Front of the House – A reference for the front portion of a restaurant where customers are allowed, such as the entry area, restrooms, dining room and conference rooms. The host or hostess is usually in charge of this area.
  • Full Service – A restaurant that has waiters/waitresses that cater to customers’ needs.
  • Single Service Utensil – Kitchen tableware that is disposable. These are used for carry-out food and one-time or one-person usage. These are popular because they're cheap.
  • Demographic Surveys – Surveys that are conducted to determine the age, race, gender, income, profession, etc. of your restaurant’s customers, allowing you to better cater to them with your prices and menu items.
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    Ballentine Equipment Co. Inc
    322 Rhett St, Greenville, SC 29601
    (864) 232-4691
    Davis Clyde N Equipment Co
    400 Mcalister Rd, Greenville, SC 29607
    (864) 271-2248
    Retail Systems Inc
    150 Executive Center Dr Ste B53, Greenville, SC 29615
    (864) 297-4199
    Postec Inc
    430 Roper Mountain Rd Ste A, Greenville, SC 29615
    (864) 268-3888
    Food Equipment Company
    34 Tedwall Ct, Greer, SC 29650
    (864) 322-8009
    413 Stokes Rd, Simpsonville, SC 29681
    (864) 967-3619
    The Wasserstrom Company
    100 Gen Iii Ave, Fountain Inn, SC 29644
    (864) 862-4742
    Guys' Restaurant Equipment Sales & Auction Co
    5515 Highway 187, Anderson, SC 29625
    (864) 287-9294
    Anderson Restaurant Equipment
    112 E Mauldin St, Anderson, SC 29621
    (864) 886-8030
    1809 Southport Rd, Spartanburg, SC 29306
    (864) 597-0234
    Anderson Fire and Safety Equipment Co
    3006 Standridge Rd, Anderson, SC 29625
    (864) 225-1128
    B Square Enterprises
    1002 S Pine St, Spartanburg, SC 29302
    (864) 582-1717
    Leopard Restaurant Services & Equipment Sales
    121 Leopard Ln, Brevard, NC 28712
    (828) 877-3812
    Swanner Restaurant Equipment Company
    604 7th Ave E, Hendersonville, NC 28792
    (828) 693-4204
    JES Restaurant Equipment
    2108 Highway 72 W, Greenwood, SC 29649
    (864) 223-8222

    If you are opening up a restaurant, bakery, cafe, or even catering business, you will need to seek out equipment and supplies from a wholesale manufacturer. Depending on what is in store for your menu, your kitchen may need anything from an industrial oven for baking to used tables and glassware for a dining room.

    Seek out many different manufacturers that specialize in what type of restaurant or food business you are opening. Many different wholesalers can supply you with various types of equipment, so be sure find a business that offers all the supplies your new restaurant needs. Also, take into account that it may be cheaper to buy all your equipment from one wholesale manufacturer because of bulk discounts.

    Different types of food restaurants and caterers need different types of equipment and supplies. For instance, if your new business is a bar, you will need an ice machine, bar stools, and lots of glassware. If you are a baker, look for a company that can supply your kitchen with quality baking equipment, including everything from multiple industrial ovens to mixing bowls. If you are opening a restaurant or cafe, you will need many cooking supplies from stoves with pots and pans to tables and decorations. If you are a caterer, you will need transportable commercial stoves for cooking, and even a refrigerated truck to transport your food.

    To learn more about what type of supplies your business may need, search online. It is important to be informed about what equipment you will need before going directly to a manufacturer. Also, ask experienced owners to get a better idea of what you are getting into.

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