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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….in this economy, we can afford to go easy on our meal prices because they are partially subsidized by high beverage volume and low beverage cost.
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Casual-dining restaurants usually require significant local populations to survive and thrive. Because of the frequency of consumer visits to an Irish Pub, they can thrive in populations of less than 15,000.