So what location factors are important? The following are some of the questions you should ask yourself when looking at a location:

Is it in the target market? Does it meet the location requirements? Does it meet the demographic requirements? Does it meet the traffic/footfall requirements? Does it meet the parking requirements? Who will be the competition? Are there special zoning by-laws governing opening hours or noise abatement? Are there any special bylaws relating to the sale…

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Owner Insights
Getting the mix of food and drink right is critical. I don’t know how restaurants with high food sales and low alcohol sales survive.
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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.