Restaurant Equipment Blog

4 Restaurant Financing Options for New Business Owners

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4 Restaurant Financing Options for New Business Owners
Business owners must complete multiple tasks before they can launch their business. These tasks include obtaining a business site, hiring staff, obtaining permits, and securing financing for their company.

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Helpful Griddle Hints

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Helpful Griddle Hints

Grease drains and drawers vary greatly by manufacturer. Rear drains are more troublesome than front or side style drain troughs. With rear drains the grease pan or drawer is often not pushed fully back creating an impossible to clean mess in the base of the unit. Careless operators often forget to empty the grease drawers.

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Boilermaker

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Boilermaker
Does your bar or restaurant offer a two-fer beer cocktail that is commonly known as the Boilermaker? Whether or not the economy is booming you can definitely profit by offering your hard-working bar patrons a whiskey and a domestic pint of draft beer or a cool tall boy from your back bar cooler.

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Restaurant Equipment

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Restaurant Equipment
If you take over an existing restaurant, as is likely, you may inherit an amount of basic refrigerators, freezers, and deep fryers. It isn't free; you paid for it. There are considerable savings to be made from using inherited equipment, even though it may look like it would fail a board of health inspection.

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Tap Beer

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Tap Beer

Did you buy a bar? If the keg cooler for tap beer is in place, it may be wise to continue its use. The profit on keg beers is huge. Some think the sight of pump handles on a bar is a little down-market or unchic.

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