## How do you calculate RevPASH?

To calculate RevPASH for your restaurant, use the following formula:

- RevPASH = Sales per Hour / Number of Seats by the Hours.
- To get the Number of Seats by the Hours for more than one hour, calculate:
- (Total Number of Seats x Number of Hours x Number of Day(s))

### How do I increase my RevPASH?

Here are some ideas to increase your RevPASH.

- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
- Seven days a week.
- No more quiet nights.
- Increasing the number of turns.
- Create a pool of ready diners.
- Increase your prices.
- Table optimisation.
- Last minute offers.

#### How do you calculate restaurant revenue?

Multiply occupied seats by the number of turns by the average guest check amount to calculate average revenue per shift. For example, a 100-seat restaurant that turns seating four times at dinner with an average check of $15 takes in revenues of $6,000.

**How do you calculate average check?**

In a nutshell, the average check is the average transaction amount that is calculated by dividing the total number of sales by the total number of guests and can be measured daily, weekly, monthly, or year over year.

**What is RevPASH?**

RevPash is an integral KPI because it allows restaurants to measure how each seat performs during specific time periods. This is how RevPASH is calculated: RevPASH = Total Revenue ÷ Seat Hours. (Seat Hours = Number of Seats x Hours Open)

## Why is RevPASH important?

Simple definition: RevPASH is a revenue management tool for food and beverage outlets in a hotel (similar to RevPar for Rooms). This calculation is useful to measure the usage and revenue of a seat per hour and it allows a better understanding and planning for the food and beverage manager.

### What is the restaurant RevPASH?

What is RevPASH? RevPash is an integral KPI because it allows restaurants to measure how each seat performs during specific time periods. This is how RevPASH is calculated: RevPASH = Total Revenue ÷ Seat Hours. (Seat Hours = Number of Seats x Hours Open)

#### How is restaurant margin calculated?

You probably already know how to calculate a profit margin:

- (Selling price – cost of goods) / selling price = gross profit.
- For example: an item that sells for $10, and that costs $3, would generate gross profits of $7 (selling price – cost of goods) and a gross profit margin of 70% ($7 / $10).

**How do restaurants calculate covers?**

How do you use cover in calculations?

- Average cover = total sales / total number of customers served.
- Labor cost per cover = total labor cost / total covers.
- Average cover per server = total sales per server / number of customers served.

**How is spend per head calculated?**

The calculate, simply divide your ‘Total Sales Value’ by your ‘Customer Head Count’.

## What is F&B check?

A complimentary or reduced/discounted rate of food and beverage is normally offered to familiarization tours or farm tours. The sales team member or the director of sales should sign on such entertainment checks. Entertainment checks can only be used for guest entertainment on hotel premises.

### What is the revpash equation and how is it used?

The RevPASH equation considers this factor when calculating profits, which allows restauranteurs to better gauge their establishment’s performance during both busy and slow times. RevPASH should be measured on a daily basis and used as a KPI to identify potential challenges for restaurateurs.

#### How do I calculate my hourly revpash?

Dividing sales by the number of seats in your restaurant for each hour gives your hourly RevPASH: Periods with higher RevPASH indicate times when it’s probably in your best interest to turn tables, assuming that there are patrons waiting, whereas when RevPASH is relatively low, upselling might be the best strategy for increasing revenue.

**What is revpash (key performance indicators)?**

In recent years, a different restaurant KPI (key performance indicator) was developed by Dr. Sheryl Kimes of Cornell University, and is considered one of the most accurate measures of success in the hospitality industry as it factors in time, capacity and revenue. This important KPI is called RevPASH. What is RevPASH?

**What is the best strategy for increasing revpash?**

Periods with higher RevPASH indicate times when it’s probably in your best interest to turn tables, assuming that there are patrons waiting, whereas when RevPASH is relatively low, upselling might be the best strategy for increasing revenue.