There are hundreds of costs involved in operating an Irish Pub or any restaurant, some variable, some semi-variable and some fixed. An illustration of these costs is as follows:

Fixed Cost:                 Rent and occupancy costs Semi-Variable Cost    Utilities, paper & linen goods, uniforms, tableware, marketing Variable Cost             Labor Cost, Food Cost, Beverage Cost Roughly speaking, these categories break down as follows in overall percentage cost: Fixed Cost                  Between 5% and 7.5% Semi-Variable Cost    Between 5% and 7.5% Variable Cost             Between 65%…

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Bill Barich. American author, on being asked: "how come you can find an “Irish pub” in any city in the world?", replied: "They’re tremendous money-makers. There’s this whole concept of the Irish pub, anywhere you go in the world, you find one."