Looking for more inspiration and ideas? Here are our top 5 books that every wannabe restaurant manager should read. Perfect to read over the Christmas holidays!


Setting the Table
Setting The Table
by Danny Myers
Danny Meyers, founder of some of New York’s most successful restaurants, including Union Square Café, Shake Shack and Blue Smoke, shares the lessons he’s learned in a career spanning over 30 years.

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Pour Your Heart Into It
by Howard Shultz
The incredible story of Starbucks’ meteoric rise to become one of the most successful brands in the world today. CEO, Howard Schultz details his experience of the principles that have shaped the ‘Starbucks Experience’.

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The Chipotle Effect
by Paul Barron
Driven by a newer, modern customer – Paul Barron, entrepreneur and founder of FastCasual analyses the changing landscape of restaurants in the US.

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Restaurant Success by the Numbers
by Roger Fields
Everyone loves an underdog and unlikely winner, but it doesn’t happen very often. Restaurant Success by the Number equips owners and manager with the tools, tips, tricks and analytics to make it through that crucial first year, and beyond.

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How To Open A Restaurant Without Losing Your Shirt by Brian Cliette

How To Open A Restaurant Without Losing Your Shirt
by Brian Cliette
A guide for budding entrepreneurs and restaurant managers. Understand what it really takes to start a restaurant with this detailed guide and prepare yourself for the challenges ahead.

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