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New restaurants opening soon!

I would like to share information on our services that help restaurant vendors locate (and sell) restaurants who are in the "opening soon"…

Started by Ken Roberts

0 Apr 12, 2013


How much is the restaurant owner asking for his restaurant...?

how to determine the value of a restaurant? seller is asking for $xxx, but I think its not worth that much. Just like homeowners selling th…

Started by RestaurantGuy

2 Dec 8, 2011
Reply by Travis Martin

Scheduling Software

Do you use it? I have 120 employees and will be hiring more. Any suggetions?

Started by janet lightner

2 Mar 3, 2011
Reply by Hila Tabib

Looking for feed back on an idea.

Looking for some comments on anyone ever  opening or operateing a 800sqft free standing building for a Pizzaria-Pasta Take -Out Restaurant.…

Started by renato bartucci

0 Feb 13, 2011

Can such a concept succeed?

What do you think of this new concept design especially to improve the lifestyle of a niche market by delivering right on the dining table…

Started by Gilbert

1 Jul 7, 2010
Reply by Allan Marquardt

Do we charge for bread or not?

The subject of charging for bread has come up several times in the last 8 months or so. Having spent over $140,000 on complimentary bread l…

Started by Steve

11 Jul 22, 2009
Reply by Joe Koran

Business Plans

Can someone point me in a direction on how to write a business plan. Starting plans on opening my own restaurant and this is one thing I do…

Started by Adam G

1 Apr 23, 2008
Reply by Carol Ott

Know your Seafood...

i wrote this before in another forum... however it is relevent everywhere... and everyone Must know. I am a seafood purveyor, in my opinio…

Started by Sean Cunningham

1 Mar 23, 2008
Reply by Steve Paterson

Lobsters, Why the hell are mine shrinking when i cook them?

Now alilttle about lobsters. Well lobsters actually come 3 different ways... (generically speaking...of Maine or Canadian lobsters which…

Started by Sean Cunningham

1 Mar 23, 2008
Reply by Steve Paterson

Oysters, you can shove as many down your pants as you want, but make sure their fresh!

So how about Oysters... There are really 2 major species of Oysters harvested in the United States. Virginicas (east coast) , and Olympias…

Started by Sean Cunningham

1 Mar 23, 2008
Reply by Steve Paterson





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