The minimalist shop, Dalla Rose, has been a hit since it opened in 2016, and is the brainchild of Nick Rosati and his partner Michael Dalla Libera. After more than 20 years of experience in the fine dining restaurant industry, the two decided to open something a little more lighthearted and accessible, and Dalla Rose was born.DALLAROSE.COM
The right software: A key to serving crowds
The founders understand the demand for fast-casual restaurant experiences where customers can enjoy high-end food at an accessible price point. They also know that the right software is key for serving crowds quickly, which is why they chose MYR.
After more than 20 years of operating successful restaurants, the owners of Dalla Rose have straightforward advice for POS shopping, “Get something with features you need without a bunch of superfluous functions – something that’s really simple and close to a cash register. We’re glad we got it right the first time around.”
“Our friend recommended MYR, which is how we found out about it in the first place,” shares Rosati. “We checked it out and liked that it was super simple and easy to learn, and really liked the helpful team at the head office. It was an easy choice. Clearly it’s a good fit since we’ve been using it for years now!”
Nick Rosati,Co-owner of Dalla Rose
Being SRM compatible in Quebec
Another important POS feature Dalla Rose must absolutely have is MEV (SRM) compliancy. In 2016, the Quebec government enforced a law whereby all restaurants must use a new recording module to more accurately report sales. Fortunately, MYR is MEV-compliant so the Dalla Rose team didn’t have to switch to another system – a common problem in Quebec.