Catering offers restaurateurs revenue they can count on

03/28/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Restaurants' fortunes can shift as suddenly as the weather, but catering offers operators the relative stability of a fixed headcount, a set menu and a contract that calls for payment whether or not guests show up. "In the end, catering provided a more stable business -- one that rewards you for experience and longevity, whereas higher-end restaurants tend to be rewarded for being new -- something that, by definition, cannot be sustained," said restaurateur and caterer Steve Poses.

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