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Restaurant Planning, Design, And Construction
A complete blueprint for all types of restaurant development--from concept through construction
Whether you are planning a small neighborhood bistro or an expansive hotel eatery, Restaurant Planning, Design, and Construction provides you with the specific information and in-depth guidance you need to navigate the restaurant development process effectively. With easy-to-use worksheets, checklists, review procedures, and guidelines, this comprehensive manual can help you to avoid the pitfalls of miscommunication, omission, and faulty execution that can mean the difference between your success and failure. Taking you step by step through each phase of the development process, the book shows you how to:
* Assemble and manage your restaurant development team
* Prepare a marketable business plan to use when seeking financial backing
* Approach site evaluation, budgets, scheduling, and more
* Write a detailed operational plan of how the restaurant will function
* Prepare an effective design program to fulfill your operational requirements
* Coordinate key elements of planning and design
* Manage the construction phase, pre-opening activities, and follow-up
No matter what your business background--catering, marketing, management, or finance--this self-contained guide is one resource you will not want to be without.
The Opening Of Japan, 1853-1855
This study provides a picture of the competition and cooperation, distrust and open hostility of the US, Britain, Holland and Russia involved in their joint enterprise in Japan. It documents the plans and outcomes of each of the four powers' negotiations with Japan. At the same time it provides a fascinating commentary on the way business was done by the Japanese with each country and its representatives.
How To Eat At A Restaurant
"This is the best book I've ever read."
"I feel like I just had a butt whoopin'."
- Satisfi ed Customer
M. K. Leary was at one time a server. During this miserable period of her life she wrote a how-to guide on something that seemed to go beyond the common sense of people. "How to Eat at a Restaurant" was her attempt to make the world a better place. She believes whole-heartedly that going out to eat should be licensed only to those people who have read this book.
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