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“The beverage program should serve as a megaphone for your restaurant
Cane is a full service bar consultancy specializing in operations management and beverage concept development. Whether you are in the start-up phase or need help with current operations, we tailor our services to fit your exact need.
Pre-launch setup & project mangement; bar layout, inventory systems and training of staff. We design beverage concepts that address a specific demographic, culinary or ethnic theme. Cane has the ability to identifiy the latest beverage trends, source unusual product & suppliers and implement these ideas into your restaurant, bar, hotel, resort or spa beverage program.
Cane Bar Consultant is a 25 year vetran of the bar and nightclub industry. He has won several national awards for his innovative cocktail and spirits menus and has successfully launched over a dozen Bay Area Locations. He is a Small Business Development Center Bar and Green Business Consultant, Lead Bar Consultant for Five Star Restaurant Consultants and teaches quarterly seminars for the SBA entiltled “Launching a Successful Lounge” and “Greening Your Restaurant”. He also is a member of the San Francisco Small Business Week committee to assist in organizing the week’s events and is the Event Manager for the Small Business Week Green Program.
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