Pinnacle Hospitality Systems offers complete turn-key packages for the frozen yogurt industry. Our Calypso yogurt shop solution has an easy to learn touchscreen interface and is scalable to handle single or multiple locations.
Pinnacle can configure a complete stadium/arena hospitality solution by providing the necessary hardware and software to manage bars, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even provide a wireless ordering system to cater to your skybox clientele.
Pinnacle’s point of sale systems are easy to train employees with and will simplify your business operations and decrease the amount of time a customer must wait, which will lead to a good reputation and fun atmosphere for many years to come!
Pinnacle can configure a complete Bowling Center hospitality solution by providing the necessary software to manage bar area, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even a wireless ordering system to cater to all of your clientele.
It’s official! This month Folio Weekly announced that Edgewood Bakery has won their “Best in Jax” award for best bakery. The awards, voted for by readers of the magazine, celebrate the best that Jacksonville has to offer. Voters praised this local treasure and its concoctions, one lauding it as a “one stop satisfaction for the senses.”
Edgewood Bakery has been tempting visitors for 65 years with their delectable selection of pies, pastries, old-fashioned cookies, petit fours, and cakes. Their scrumptious cakes delight the eyes as well as the palate, with fanciful designs for every age: pirate chests, wild animal, and happy sea scenes for the little ones; Mad Hatter teapots, TiKi Heads, and sophisticated sweet 16 cakes for teens; and Vegas slots, topsy-turvy layer, and even camo deer stand cakes for adults. Continue reading “The Best Bakery Deserves the Sweetest POS” »
How are you showing your community that you care? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month; a perfect time to bring attention to a great cause and your restaurant. Fazoli has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to raise awareness and funds by creating a limited time only Pink Italian Lemon Ice. This lemon ice will be featured at participating Fazoli’s restaurants throughout October. The limited time drink is just $1.99, with $1 of the purchase price going to support NBCF’s mission to save lives through early detection.
Cathy Hull, Fazoli’s chief marketing officer, is pleased that Fazoli’s could support this important cause. “We all know someone whose life has been touched by breast cancer and we at Fazoli’s are proud to help heighten the awareness of breast cancer and the importance of early detection,” says Hull. Continue reading “Is Your Restaurant POS System Going Pink?” »
The restaurant industry continues to lead the nation’s job recovery. The National Restaurant Association new analysis shows that the restaurant industry continues to post solid job growth at more than double the rate of the overall economy. Since the employment recovery began in March 2010, the restaurant industry has added 645,000 jobs, including nearly 16,000 jobs in September.
Looking for a good Latin meal with a little attitude? Look no further as Lola’s Burrito Joint has opened in the busy Park and King area of Riverside. Located at 1522 King Street in Jacksonville, Lola’s is a great addition to the restaurants in the area. As soon as you step through the door you are awash in Mexican street motif. On the walls hang painted car hoods many featuring a skeleton motif common to indigenous Mexican art. The restaurant’s centerpiece is the restaurant’s namesake, a dress-clad female mannequin sitting astride a blue Rhino chopper mounted above a row of booths in the center of the restaurant. The tabletops are painted a bright red with Mexican prayer candles adding to the atmosphere.
Do you have Another Broken Egg mug from your favorite location? With 20 locations this Destin, FL based breakfast and brunch specialist sell 22,000 mugs per year. Each specially made coffee mug is branded with Another Broken Egg’s logo and an emblem of the town that is home to each individual restaurant. Customers have taken to collecting them from each location, paying $18 per mug. Continue reading “Branding With Mugs” »
When new restaurateurs open their business for the first time, they know how important it is to have a quality point of sale system to help ease not only opening operations, but the ins and outs of daily operations as well. When Matt Pugh, owner of Cobalt Restaurant in Alabama, was on the hunt for his restaurant POS system, he enlisted the help of Pinnacle Hospitality Systems.
Recently opened in the winter of 2008, Cobalt offers unique dishes combined with classic regional favorites. Chefs use only the freshest ingredients in their seafood, pasta and pizza entrees. Cobalt Restaurant is offers diners a beautiful water view, fresh seafood dishes and friendly, attentive service. Pugh didn’t want to have to worry about wasting time on a fault point of sale system, or micro-managing his numerous employees. With Pinnacle, Pugh enjoys user-friendly software that is easy to teach to new employees, as well as the labor scheduler. The POSitouch labor scheduler allows him and other managers to plan schedules well in advance, as well as monitor when employees clock in and out. The time management functions also allow Pugh to program different happy hour and other specials according to date, time and price. This pre-set function makes menu changes a breeze, freeing up time and allowing employees to focus on what really matters – top-notch customer service. “I would recommend Pinnacle to other restaurateurs simply because their customer service is amazing,” said Pugh. “Overall, I’ve worked with a lot of different systems, and Pinnacle seems to be number one in my book.”
Despite being ranked at the top of Men’sFitness’ list of the most obese cities in the U.S. in 2009, Miami is still a very health-conscious city, with a high number of health food stores per capita. Calorie-laden Mexican fare may be ubiquitous, but restaurants like Berries in the Grove cater to the fit crowd with healthy, delicious meals for brunch, breakfast and lunch.
This open-concept Miami restaurant began as a humble juice bar that served up tasty juices for health-conscious customers. “Berries quickly expanded into a full-fledged restaurant, serving everything from wraps, paninis, pizza, steak and even lobster!” exclaims Berries’ blog. The garden-like ambiance complements the cuisine, with an outdoor patio and retractable roof that allows the natural Miami sunlight to flood the area, creating a relaxing oasis escape for busy locals looking for a refreshing lunch. Popular starters include the Caprese Salad, Coconut Shrimp, Caribbean-Style Tuna Tartare and more. Choose from numerous healthy salads, wraps, sandwiches and pitas, including the Berries House Salad, Konichiwa wrap or Blackened Dolphin Sandwich.
Whether you decide to visit Berries in the Grove for brunch or a quick afternoon lunch, you’ll be glad you chose this one-of-a-kind healthy restaurant in Miami. “I always receive great service, great food, and I always meet good people,” reviewed one satisfied Yelper. Along with excellent food, Berries partnered with Pinnacle Hospitality Systems to enhance service. With Pinnacle’s restaurant POS system, customers enjoy accurate orders and servers can spend less time hassling with computers and more time engaging with guests. If you are searching for a POS system in Miami, contact Pinnacle today for expert advice on which point of sale system you should choose to get your hospitality business running more smoothly today.