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People love to eat out Infect it seems theres a different restaurant on just about every block these days But I chose this subject because I worked in restaurant and enjoyed also its profitable business Lot of students has dreamed of owning restaurant like me So first you have better understand the reality because its exciting it also take a lot of hard work You must some experience so before you open your door get a job behind someone elses counter You wont know if your employees are doing thing right if you dont know yourself You have to understand what this all about before you open restaurant without any business knowledge Approximately 50 percent of all new restaurants close with in a year The first most important reasons restaurants fail is not to have enough knowledge about business and technical Lets assume that you have enough knowledge and experience Now the question is how much money do you want to spend or what is budget Do you have enough money to open a fine dinnig full service restaurant if not so we can fast food restaurant with less budget Than your first step would be what kind of restaurant and where it should be located For that you have to see what are the traffic patterns in the area Dose the area need another restaurant What kind of restaurant you would like to have and picking a location you were comfortable withyou also have to know if theres labour available in thearea and when it comes to hiring employees You might want to operate a combination of Italian and American restaurant in the neighborhood where you live Because you might know very well about this neighborhood so it will be easy to find the best location For example it should be somewhere around the mall industrial area or corner of the busy intersection Where the people can see easily and the build
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