One More Sale

Posted by Sean Kearney on

French Fries

Did you know that most businesses and restaurants generate a huge percentage of their income and profits by selling/marketing their One More Sale products?

Did you remember when McDonalds would ask if you wanted to super-size your French fries and coke with your Full Meal Deal or if you wanted French Fries with your hamburger cooked on their griddle.

Customers will spend more on refrigerated alcohol when they order food.

The best selling bar food is French fries, Onion rings, Nachos, Wings, Mozzarella sticks, Quesadillas, and Burger sliders. Offering quality food enhance your bar image and give you the opportunity to offer other merchandising opportunities for alcohol.

New Restaurant Equipment at Used Prices Restaurant Equipment Prices

The Restaurant Warehouse sells Atosa USA, the leading brand NSF rated in commercial refrigeration and cookware. Atosa USA offer a highly durable and efficient performance in any commercial environment.
  • Free delivery in the continental United States
  • No lift gate fees
  • Available financing for purchases over $1,000
  • No lofty down payments required (so you can start cooking today)
  • And no overhead or middleman to cut into your savings 

Always remember that the menu should influence your restaurant equipment needs.

NSF Rated for restaurant equipment sanitation is awarded to Atosa USA

All propane and natural gas powered Char-Broilers, Griddles, Hot Plates Deep Fat Fryers One year parts and labor warranty. Deep Fryer oil drums Five year warranty. The Commercial Refrigerators, Commercial Freezers, Sandwich Prep Tables, and Pizza Prep Tables come with a two year parts and labor warranty. Plus you get a Five year compressor warranty. We offer the option is to finance restaurant equipment. Finance your restaurant and have cash on hand. Budget your payments over several years making less expensive.

My name is Sean Kearney and I own and operate The Restaurant Warehouse my cell/text 206-419-5801 or email I answer emails, phone calls, or texts morning, noon or night.

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