Like any other business venture, you should look at developing an Irish Pub by first considering whether it is financially viable.

The restaurant business is no more or less of a risk than any other business, but it is considered high-risk and therefore you should carefully review whether it is something you can afford to execute at the level you need in order to be successful. There is a significant difference in cost between opening a…

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Owner Insights
Here at our pub we have a wide range of demographics. As a restaurant we experience everything from families with children, teenagers, couples of all ages, groups of friends of all ages, and elderly.
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Pub Facts

Most restaurant businesses have a food to beverage ratio of 75% to 25%. In Irish Pubs the ratio is usually closer to 50%/50%, making them significantly more profitable as a result of lower labor and product costs.