Thereas a lot more to running a successful restaurant than serving delicious food. This completely revised and updated edition of the classic guide to operating a small restaurant gives you the recipe for success in this highly competitive business, whether your goal is to open a trendy bistro or a cozy neighborhood hangout. Youall learn about everything from choosing the right location for your restaurant to creating a business plan, hiring a chef, training kitchen and wait staff, planning menus that attract customers, purchasing equipment and supplies, handling difficult customers, complying with the latest restaurant laws, buying advertising and garnering publicity, and much more. Starting a Small Restaurant is the perfect guide for any aspiring restaurant owner, but itas also a fascinating read for anyone interested in what it takes to succeed in the restaurant business.How to Make Your Dream a Reality Daniel Miller ... to day, it may be best to put them on the menu. However, the way your servers describe the desserts can mean the difference between a customer ordering one or passing up the final course.
|Title||:||Starting a Small Restaurant - Revised Edition|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2006-01-06|