Toast, Inc. is a cloud-based restaurant software company based in Boston, MA. The company provides a restaurant management and point of sale (POS) system built on the Android operating system. Toast was founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2012 by Steve Fredette, Aman Narang, and Jonathan Grimm. In 2016, Toast received $30 million in a round of Series B funding from Bessemer Venture Partners and GV, formerly Google Ventures. Toast is used by thousands of restaurants, from small cafes to nationwide enterprises, across the U.S.

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  • Today, we're going to be discussing one of the two avoidable parts of life.  No, not death – taxes. Specifically, the processing fees restaurants have to pay on sales tax despite not receiving that tax money themselves.  While many states don’t charge sales tax on groceries, tax usually applies to meals prepared by restaurants, food trucks, and other food service businesses. When you...

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  • Early in my career, I was given an audio cassette tape. It was a motivational speech and I was not interested.  Some time went by before I was bored enough to listen in the car. When I arrived at my destination, the speech had not yet concluded... yet, I remained in my car for another 30 minutes, listening intently.  This newfound love of personal journey stories and audiobooks led m...

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  • If you own a bar (or have a bar in your restaurant), you understand that there are so many factors contributing to the overall success of your business.  Today, exceptional customer service rests on the incorporation of technology to increase guest satisfaction. After all, 73% of diners say technology improves their experience. When it comes to bar businesses, there is one kind of t...

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  • With over 75 million millennials in the United States, marketing to millennials is a smart move for any bar or restaurant.  What are millennilas? The common consensus is that the millennial generation consists of people born between 1982 and 2004. This puts the very youngest of millennials at the age of 18 and the older ones in their late thirties.  What does this mean for your resta...

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  • So, you want to start a food truck? City by city, permit by permit, the food trucks are coming. You’ve likely seen them pulling up at parks, breweries, and special events serving everything from bibimbap to banh mi.

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  • Coffee shops around the world have a few specific things in common; they’re cozy, inviting, and a hub of social activity. Aside from those traits, the sky's the limit when it comes to how you set your café apart with clever coffee shop interior design.

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  • On Monday, Toast unleashed the 2017 Restaurant Technology Industry Report. In the report, we unveil the findings from our most extensive research to date. 2,200+ diners and restaurateurs weighed in on the most pressing restaurant technology trends like online ordering, reservations, and POS hardware.  Haven't had the chance to read it? No worries. Check it out here.  Or, you can rea...

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  • What makes the restaurant industry so interesting? It’s always changing. To kick off the release of our 2017 Restaurant Technology Industry Report – complete with insight from our most extensive research to date – we wanted to share out some of the must-know restaurant industry statistics owners and managers need to know going into 2018. Read on for restaurant statistics compiled fr...

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  • Without a restaurant sales forecast, how could you possibly know when to open another location? Or what inventory to order? Or how many employees should be staffed for a shift? Restaurant sales forecasting has the potential to influence every major decision in your restaurant. In this post, we'll explain why a restaurant forecast is important and how to go about making one. 

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