Restaurants require a lot to open, and while Rome wasn't built in a single day, eventually it did conquer all of Europe. Correct?
Well, restaurants are probably the simplest and best examples of service culture. You enter, order, give someone money, and they bring you food. The average American eats at least twice a day, so what can you do to have them choose your establishment as the place they want to eat?
As a restaurant owner, you’re guaranteed customers every single day, so it seems like a no brainer, but there are some important steps you must take first. For example, what kind of food will you serve? Where will your restaurant be located? What dress code will there be, if any? If you want to open the next Krusty Krab, then these are some things you must consider first, because in order to serve customers, you must have customers.
You can read more here in the article from Fox Small Business.