Set Prices to Avoid Mistakes – Part 2

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By David Scott Peters

Restaurant Tip of the Week

Keep drink prices based only on quarters. Prices ending in 25 cents, 50 cents or 75 cents are easier for bartenders and servers to add mentally. In addition, rounding prices up to nearest quarter make them less sensitive to wholesale cost increases.

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