Running a Bar for Dummies
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Description: Have you ever thought of owning your own bar? Did you ever stumble into an overpriced watering hole and think how much better it could be if you ran the place? Or maybe you walked into your dream bar and realized that running one was the dream job you've always wanted? With Running a Bar for Dummies, you can live your dream of operating your own establishment. This hands-on guide shows you how to maintain a successful bar, manage the business aspect of it, and stake your place in your town's nightlife. It provides informative tips on: Understanding the business and laws of owning a bar Developing a business plan Creating a menu, choosing dcor, and establishing a theme Stocking up on equipment Choosing and dealing with employees Handling tough customers Controlling expenses, managing inventory, and controlling cash flow Getting the word out about your place Preparing for your grand opening, step-by-step This guide cues you in on how to keep your bar safe and clean, making sure everyone is having fun. It warns you about the pitfalls and no-nos that every owner should avoid. There are also helpful resources, such as contact information for State Alcohol Control Boards and Web sites with valuable information.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/6/2007
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Heather Dismore is a veteran For Dummies author who is actively involved in crafting jewelry.Tammy Powley designs and maintains content for About.com's jewelry making Web site.
|Cheers! Getting Started in the Bar Industry|
|Bar Business Basics|
|Understanding What It Takes to Own and Operate a Bar|
|Minding the Money and the Law|
|Deciding What Type of Bar to Have|
|Gearing Up to Open the Doors|
|Putting Your Business Plan Together|
|Selecting Your Bar's Site, D?cor, and Name|
|Stocking Up on Smallwares and Equipment|
|Setting Up Your Bar's Inventory|
|Planning and Creating Your Menus|
|Employees, Customers, and Products: Managing the "Right Stuff|
|Hiring, Training, and Keeping Your Employees|
|Rule #1: Practicing Good Customer Service|
|Boning Up on Bar Beverages|
|Getting Ready for Your Grand Opening, Step by Step|
|Managing Your Inventory, Revenue, and Future|
|Controlling Expenses and Operating Efficiently|
|Keeping Your Bar's Bottom Line from Hitting Bottom|
|Building and Keeping Your Bar Crowd|
|The Part of Tens|
|Ten Ways to Run a Safe Bar|
|Ten Myths about Running a Bar|
|Ten Bar Owner Sins Not to Make, Ever|
|State Alcohol Beverage Control Boards|
|Useful Web Sites for Every Bar Owner|