Get the Picture. Remember that people respond to visual cues. Show pictures of your food choices on big screen TVs and post food posters and photographs throughout the center.
Go All Out. Line baskets with wax paper for a fancier look, and make sure paper plates are good quality for food with a higher perceived value.
Make the Short List. Place an abbreviated version of the menu on tables close to customers.
Speak Up. Advertise menu specials or new items on the speakerphone.
Sample for Success. Sell more of even small items such as ICEES by giving guests a taste.
Waste Not. To eliminate leftover food, offer two-for-one specials toward closing time.
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