Jeremy Julian

168. Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep. 168 – Fat Boys Pizza

February 20, 2023

Fat Boy’s Pizza is a New Orleans-based multi-dimensional pizza franchise offering family-friendly experiences. Its restaurants serve as a local community hub, bringing adults together to enjoy a beer while children play games and socialize with friends. With six locations open so far in the South Louisiana region and Hattiesburg, Mississippi, the brand looks to have eight to ten locations open and operating within the next 24 months. Fat Boy’s Pizza boasts the World’s Biggest Slice and has become increasingly known for its whopping 30-inch pies, delectable appetizers, full bar and passionate community involvement. The concept was initially founded in 2019 by Gabe Corchiani, a businessman and restauranter who hoped to bring a family-friendly restaurant serving New York style pizza to his home state of Louisiana. Casey Biehl is the ViceContinue Reading …

Restaurant Time and Wage Management: How Technology Can Help

February 14, 2023

Manage your restaurant’s time and wage expenses with ease! Discover the power of technology in streamlining operations and reducing costs. From employee scheduling software to payroll management solutions, we cover the essential tools you need to run a successful restaurant.

167. Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep. 167 – Takorean, a fast-casual Korean-inspired concept with Latin-American influence

February 6, 2023

Join Jeremy and TaKorean founder Mike where they talk about fusion food and growing an concept. TaKorean, a fast-casual Korean-inspired concept with Latin-American influence, was founded by Mike Lenard in 2010 to bring a fresh twist on Korean flavors to the Washington DC food scene. Its “build your own” bowl and taco concept allows guests to create memorable meals, catered to their specific preferences by combining the restaurant’s colorful, fresh, and delicious ingredients. Originally founded as a mobile vending concept, Lenard and his team have grown the brand into a local chain of brick-and-mortar locations and, as of 2022, are eager to offer the opportunity to franchise the concept. The investment required to open a TaKorean restaurant ranges from $215,500–$781,500, including a $40,000 franchiseContinue Reading …

166. Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep. 166 – The new way to create craft cocktails with the founders of Craft Standard

January 23, 2023

Since its launch in 2021, Craft Standard’s non-alcoholic keg mixes and ‘spiker’ technology has exploded, signing more than 70 distributors, winning 700 plus accounts in over 30 states across the country, signing major venues like Metlife Stadium in New York and accounts like Las Vegas’ most recognizable hotel, Luxor. In a year alone, an estimated 2.4 million cocktails have been served, generating roughly $24 million in revenue for the industry.  Born out of a bar for the bar, Craft Standard was developed by methodical twin brothers, Don and William Ray, 25+ year bar industry veterans who run multiple venues in Arkansas. As bar owners, they were frustrated when they couldn’t keep up with demand for classic drink orders. Hence the concept for Craft Standard was born.   After seven years of tinkering, theContinue Reading …

How to Promote Technology Adoption in Restaurants

January 10, 2023

Technology adoption in restaurants has been on the rise in recent years, with many restaurants implementing various technological solutions to improve their operations and customer experience.

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