* Adjective : denoting a quality of achievement or being known for realizing high status or multiple goals. The better among equals.
* Verb: The action of realizing a goal(s) especially when referring to one(s) with high status or in multiples.
* Adjective: denoting the quality of being edible or being eaten
* Plural Noun cousin & homonym: esculent(s) – food item(s).
* Noun: Local & Independent Eatery Success
* Noun: Lots of Happy, Paying Butts in Seats & Happy People Serving Them
* Plural Noun cousin: “Achieving Esculents”… to paraphrase; Awesome Grub
* Verb: Professional & Personal Fulfillment of a Passion for Food, Friends & Fun.
It’s sounds like a vision of simple formulation.
Ironically, we both know that realizing this concept takes a strong Mission effort, and we also both know that we cling to the dream anyway, assuming the responsibility as well as the reward..
It also helps to have an independent culinary Passion.
We also understand that you have your own Vision that sets you apart, preparing the way to your idea of success. We respect this.
We embrace this fact, even insist on it. It is a part of your identity. Something we value highly.
But there is another fact we can both agree on. Simple sometimes just stops short. It would be wrong to state otherwise.
Let’s Face it. If nobody eats your food or enters your dining room, no matter how good it tastes or looks, you’re done. Period.
Butts in seats are important.
Likewise, no matter how good you promote your business and optimize your operations, if you can’t cook good food or provide a friendly atmosphere, you’re done. Period.
Throwing slop from deep in the weeds is no way to live your life, nor is it for your customers and staff.
But that’s OK.
This can be easily avoided.
With focused, comprehensive planning and the right business model, combined with critical resources & support, you can accomplish your Purpose to sustain, retain, optimize & scale your own culinary dream without sacrificing professional or personal success.
We understand that putting in the honest effort to adjust according to the needs of everybody you serve, as well as to the wants of those whom you deem priority can often seem far removed from the lofty visions that glided through your mind as a culinary/management school freshmen or first year chef/operator, or even standing with knees shivering at the alter.
That’s when you need someone who not only listens to your point of view and makes suggestions, but also someone who shares the burden of your growing pains, provides proven solutions, and has an aligned vision.
Do not trust your business or personal health and wealth to someone who simply stands in your way as much as they can, holding empty promises and an invoice slip. You would be better off alone.
You need someone who makes things easier for you by picking up the workload in areas where your passion wanes, helping to guide you to where your own purpose drives you, and provide solutions for improvement.
Your local eatery has a good character.
You should be able to demand the same from others.
Especially in times of need or opportunity.
Our Principles clarify the qualities we feel you should seek out when looking for help and extol to uphold.
Does our vision aligns with yours?