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Investing in Brazil's Food Business ??

. . Hi dear; . I’m Brazilian, born in Rio de Janeiro, living in Leblon, and lived 8 years in the US, San Diego-CA, working on restaurants a…

Started by Eduardo Felipe

0 Mar 1, 2011

Solar Thermal design for facilities

We are looking for a chain restaurant to size solar thermal systems for stores in various climates across the country. You need the water a…

Started by Mr Solar

1 Mar 25, 2010
Reply by Mr Solar

Opening a Brewpub

Myself and three partners are in the planning phase of opening a brewpub for March 2010. I currenlty co own and operate a deli/espresso in…

Started by Tammy Pearce

4 Jun 25, 2009
Reply by Matthew Tager

The most ambitious and bold design

Hello! I'm looking for someone really experienced in commercial kitchens design in order to get the closest-to-perfection one for my proje…

Started by Ilidio Loureiro

2 Jun 6, 2009
Reply by Stephen J Serva Dei

How do I find the right designer?

I would like to open a Hookah lounge in Brooklyn serviing MIddle Eastern cuisine. I'm in the due diligence phase of my business plan but ha…

Started by Duane Harden

10 Jun 6, 2009
Reply by Stephen J Serva Dei

Non-Operator

Restaurant Design Flaws

Restaurants aren't always able to provide adequate waiting areas, which can result in a pile-up near the door. One frequent reader of Bet…

Started by FohBoh

4 Jul 31, 2008
Reply by Stephani Robson

Modern Boutique Custom Furniture

Where do restaurants purchase their furniture from? How is the best way to get in contact with the key decision makers to tell them about w…

Started by Jeannine

2 Jul 9, 2008
Reply by Jeannine

What's Next in Design Themes?

For me it is important to know what designs are up and coming in the restaurant business. Our line of candle lighting needs to suit all dec…

Started by Gary Strat

0 May 1, 2008

So What's Next? Urban Chic? Bohemian Comfort? Themes?

I guess this group could also be about concept design as much as restaurant facility design so let's discuss. Over the past 30 years, I've…

Started by Michael L. Atkinson

0 Nov 20, 2007

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