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Franchising 101: How Franchising Helps Restaurants Thrive  

Opening a restaurant can be a risky business venture for first-time operators. On top of everyday operations, restaurants deal with issues like inventory management, high staff turnover and guest relations. For someone with little-to-no experience, it can be a challenge to navigate these issues, but franchise concepts help mitigate many obstacles restaurateurs face by offering …

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5 Things Restaurant-Goers Look for in the Next Hot Spot

Who doesn’t want to own the restaurant that’s the talk of the town? That’s the ultimate goal for most restaurateurs. For independent operators, that goal can be hard to achieve, but unique franchise concepts like Angry Crab Shack make it a little easier. So what are restaurant-goers looking for? You can catapult your restaurant to …

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How an On-Trend Restaurant Franchise Concept Attracts First-Time Guests

Nothing builds buzz for a restaurant quite like a unique experience that diners can’t get anywhere else. Trendy dining experiences attract not only millennials, but everyone who is looking for an outside-of-the-box place to eat. The unique experience and flavor at Angry Crab Shack makes our concept stand out from the crowd and keeps first-time …

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The Future Looks Bright for the Seafood Industry

Americans have been incorporating more seafood into their diets and in the past five years have hit an all-time high for seafood consumption. Fresh fish offers a variety of health benefits and is popping up in more restaurant concepts. Overall people are eating out more, but they’re less inclined to visit the run-of-the-mill burger joint. …

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How Angry Crab Shack’s Supply Chain Help’s Franchisees Serve Fresh, Cost-Effective Seafood

Inventory management is an important skill for restauranteurs. When it comes to inventory for a seafood restaurant, this can be even more challenging, and mismanaging the logistics of ordering seafood can have disastrous results. Seafood restaurants rely on fresh shipments more than the average fast-casual joint. Demand for fresh lobster and crab means frequent orders, …

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How to Turn Guests into Brand Ambassadors for Your Restaurant Franchise

Customers are at the heart of any business. They drive sales and can build up a brand through word-of-mouth marketing and social influence. Although traditional advertising and marketing play an important role in generating sales, 92 percent of customers trust brand advocates over other forms of advertising. But it takes more than a delectable lunch …

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How to Create a Workplace Culture in Your Restaurant that Reduces Turnover

Employees are the backbone of every restaurant. They interact daily with guests and serve as ambassadors for the brand. Having a hardworking team on your side is crucial for running a profitable restaurant that’s a favorite spot among diners. Restaurants rely heavily on high-quality service that results in customer satisfaction that it’s worth investing in …

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Why Add Angry Crab Shack to Your Multi-Unit Franchise Portfolio?

Food franchises are consistently some of the most popular investment opportunities, and it’s no secret why—people love dining out. It’s easier, faster and many times a tastier option for consumers. In fact, full-service restaurant output has increased more than seven percent from last year. In a landscape with a variety of food franchise opportunities, investing …