Smart, efficient restaurants do not just happen. They are envisioned and created by skilled builders with extensive industry-specific knowledge. As part of a continuing blog series exploring smart, efficient restaurant design,.
Designing a building requires exacting architectural skills. Designing a restaurant, however, requires an even more specialized skill set. You want a restaurant that is comfortable, intimate and inviting, and your average architect.
When it comes to bringing in more money with a bar or restaurant, it’s not just volume that counts. For most establishments, it’s easier to raise revenue by getting people to.
Even if the original restaurant construction plan didn’t include a patio area for outdoor seating, you can always expand to include this kind of space if there’s any extra room around.