Successful independent restaurant owners share their stories, advice, wisdom, lessons learned and more. Hosted by Schedulefly, the only restaurant employee scheduling software designed specifically for independent restaurants and serving over 6000 restaurants across the U.S., the Restaurant Owners Uncorked podcast has a casual, authentic style and is ad-free.
Oliver Koch, Co-Owner, East Bower Cider Co., Raleigh, N.C.
A great conversation with Oliver about recently opening the first hard cidery in Raleigh. Great dude, great team of people, and GREAT cidar! Enjoy...
Timeless Advice: Raising Money for Your Restaurant (Scott Maitland, Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery, Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Jim & Marilyn Royal, Partners II Pizza, Peachtree City, GA
Jim started Partners II Pizza 45 years ago, married, his bride Marilyn 31 years ago, and they are both still at full speed every day. Absolute must-listen episode. Enjoy...
Jon Seelbinder, Owner, Local Icon Hospitality, Raleigh, NC
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Felicia Ruffino, Brasserie Liberté / Ottoman Taverna / Il Piatto / Al Dente, Washington, D.C.
Felicia is Marketing and Events manager with a phenomenal group out of D.C. Her career started in college wen she had $30 in her checking account and got a job as a busser. One promotion after the next and she's got a full plate with a growing group and she's found her calling. Felicia is high energy and passionate about her work and we had a great time talking about all things hospitality. Enjoy!
I’ve read their books and now listen to their podcast. I’ve learned so much from the other owners their speak to. Don’t miss this if you want to learn something new or improve your business
Very inspiring stories from folks in the hospitality industry. They also have lessons for those of us not in the industry and serve as great reminders of how special gathering places like these are to our communities.
If you are in the restaurant industry this is an absolute must listen. Love hearing other people in the trenches tell their stories.