The Restaurant Dream?
- Shares the highs and lows of opening a restaurant
- Written in story form
- Engaging and entertaining
- Follows the chronological order of events experienced by the team
- Interjects educational material in the first-person account
- Teaches about energy, lies, legalities, and relationships
- Essential resource for aspiring restaurant owners
- 288 pages
|Number of Pages||288|
|Topic||Opening and Renovating|
Many people aspire to open their own restaurant. They quickly become excited about the dining room aesthetics, new recipe creation, or the overflowing of profits, but are quickly surprised by the unexpected frustrations, surprises, and risks of operation. The Restaurant Dream? by Lee Simon breaks down the first several months of operations and serves as a guide through the highs and lows.
Going beyond the constraints of typical third-person textbook format, this book is based on the real-life occurrences of one team's effort to establish a restaurant from scratch. Written in the form a story, this engaging and entertaining book exposes unexpected twists in the same chronological order that the team experienced them. This book is an accurate depiction of what other aspiring food service professionals could encounter. Plus, this unique style enables educational material to be interwoven in the story. Learn about the energy, lies, logic, relationships, legalities, and more involved in starting a business!
Page Count: 288
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