Our 5 Top Tips to Opening a New Pub or Restaurant
Opening up a new pub or restaurant can be one of the most exciting times of your life, but it can also be one of the most daunting and very expensive. We appreciate this at City Furniture Clearance and that's why we've put together these top tips for you to get your new establishment up and running as quickly and cost effectively as possible.
Location is one of the most important things to consider when opening a new restaurant or bar. You should consider who the target market of your business is and where to find them. Thought should be put into how the customers will get to the establishment and if you want to focus on town residents alone or passing trade.
Check out similar places in the surrounding area and see what they have to offer. Although expensive and time consuming it is worthwhile in spending time in there as it is an investment into your new business.
Visit your local DIY and homeware stores and raid the clearance sections. Get a variety of paint and wallpaper to decorate the building as a mix of designs is very on trend and helps you to create different themes and ambiences.
Investing in good models will save money in the long run. The lifespan of cheaper models is much shorter and you will find yourself replacing these very often. A great solution to buying good models without breaking the bank is to buy second hand equipment, which are known reputable brands.
Buy used restaurant and pub furniture from City Furniture Clearance. We have a wide range of stock available from bar stools, traditional pub bench seating, pub tables and chairs. Most of our stock is available in large quantities so we can cater for all needs. All of our stock has undergone our quality control checks to ensure that you are getting the very best furniture from us.
Buy Secondhand Pub Furniture and Used Restaurant Furniture at great prices
If you would like to find out how we can help you set up your pub, restaurant or establishment please get in touch with us today by calling 01733 208111 or email the sales team at email@example.com and one of our members of staff will be more than happy to assist you.