We thought it would be cool to start stripping out some of the quotes from the interviews we film for our Restaurant Owners Uncorked video series. Here's Daisuke Utagawa of Daikaya in Washington, D.C. answering two questions....What are you most proud of about Daikaya? “I am most proud of our partnership. I don’t think this... Continue Reading →
Let me start by saying that I've watched more television shows than I would like to admit*, and I think Breaking Bad is the best show in television history. It's in a league of it's own. There have been plenty of great shows, especially in the last decade, but in my opinion all the rest... Continue Reading →
We recently filmed for our Restaurant Owners Uncorked video series at Daikaya in Washington, D.C. Daikaya occupies a two-story building, with a Japanese ramen shop on ground level and a cocktail lounge ("izakaya") on the second floor. Every day during lunch tons of people flood through the street-level doors to eat chef Katsuya Fukushima's ridiculously... Continue Reading →
In this raw, unedited video, Mike Schatzman of Union Sushi + Barbecue Bar in Chicago talks about why he is happy to own up to his own mistakes and enjoys getting advice on how he can improve.
When I interviewed Mike Schatzman of Union Sushi + Barbecue Bar (Chicago) if anything surprised him when he transitioned from corporate America to becoming a restaurant owner, I thought his response was interesting...
Mike Schatzman of Union Sushi + Barbecue Bar in Chicago on the importance of having a carefully though through business plan. I really think this is excellent advice and a must-see if you have any interest in ever opening a restaurant...(If you are viewing this in an email and don't see the video, it's here)
Mike Schatzman of Union Sushi + Barbecue Bar offers excellent advice to think about when considering the amount of funding you need to start a restaurant. This is really, really good stuff and my guess is it's not that uncommon for people to miss on some of these things, leading to their restaurant being on... Continue Reading →
A couple of times per year I like to turn to our blog to thank our customers, and mention a few things that our on my mind. This is one of those times. Schedulefly was launched in May of 2007 on a server in Wes's closet and with a couple of restaurants in Raleigh as... Continue Reading →
Yesterday I was handling our incoming phone calls at Schedulefly. We received fewer than 10 calls the entire day, and here's how they broke down....Approx 5 calls: Customers who needed to change their credit card number with us and don't know about our new online billing system.2 calls: Calls from people considering using Schedulefly and... Continue Reading →