Bar Games Your Customers Will Love: From Low-cost to Investment-level

Getting drinks is fun. Games are fun. And when you put drinking and bar games together? Yup, you guessed it, more fun than either activity by itself. Bar regulars can attest to this —drinks are good, but

9 Bar Marketing Ideas to Try in 2019

It’s been a whiz-bang whirlwind of a holiday season, but as any bar or restaurant owner knows, that doesn’t mean you get to kick back. No way. It’s a New Year and time for new

Event Planning Checklist for Busy Bars & Restaurants

Bars and restaurants are gathering places. People meet at your establishment–intentionally or by accident–and become friends, regulars, business partners, lovers and better neighbors. The community you build around your business makes it the perfect place

How Bars and Restaurants Can Appeal to Millennials in the Age of Netflix

How Bars and Restaurants Can Appeal to Millennials in the Age of Netflix
It’s no secret that the Millennial generation has a particular liking for hanging out on the couch and binge-watching entire seasons of popular shows on Netflix – and given the high quality, inexpensive programming that’s

Increase Sales This Holiday Season

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The holiday season offers boundless opportunities for bars and restaurants to increase their sales and create momentum for the new year.  As Q4 rolls in and back out again, bars and restaurants should capitalize on

7 Ways to Boost Bar Revenue for Halloween

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Halloween is a great in-between holiday that bars can leverage for a nice boost between the end of summer/Labor Day and the Thanksgiving/end of year festivities. We dare you to find an adult that doesn’t

Most Americans Live Within 10 Miles of a Brewery

In a recent interview with Kate Rogers from CNBC on the Nightly Business Report, TapHunter CEO Melani Gordon expanded on the craft beer movement, and the importance of local and high quality products. “Many Americans

Get Your Memorial Day On

In just a few short weeks, the summer will kick off on Memorial Day weekend. With everyone and their brother on vacation, amped for the warm weather and ready to cut loose, bar owners need

Tips for Better Beer Sales

As a bar owner, there are a variety of means you can employ to increase your beer sales.  Cocktails and liquor have been known to supersede the sales of beer, but if you’re a craft

Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Your Bar

For many bars and restaurants, St. Patrick’s Day is almost a guarantee in sales. It is one of the only holidays on the calendar purely devoted to drinking. A recent study by the National Restaurant

What Do Customers Want?

Of course when opening a bar, everyone thinks of their customer base and what they want.  You condition your actions on what you think people will like; from the food, to the entertainment, and the

Follow Your Customers’ Desire Lines (Figure out what your customers want to drink)

If you’re unfamiliar with the term ‘desire lines’, here is a simple explanation. Imagine a real estate developer getting ready to place sidewalks on a new property. Rather than pave the way according to the

Boost Your Thanksgiving Bar Business

Thanksgiving is nearly here and with it comes the traditionally busy bar night of Thanksgiving Eve. If you’ve ever gone out the night before Turkey Day, you may have noticed it’s bumping out there. Why?

Kegs and Eggs – How to do Sunday Brunch Right at your Bar!

It’s hard to beat going out to eat for Sunday brunch. The last day of the weekend and ideally one of accomplishing very little while enjoying every second of it. And what’s a better place

How to Gain “Followers” on TapHunter

Followers: who are they and why are they so important? Well, your followers are your loyal customers and people that like what you’re doing. They are the people who want to know what you’re up