Sasha Talks Tech
startup stories, trends and digital lifestyle hacks
The opening of a new bar is a great and wonderful thing. You have likely put days and thousands of hours of saving into your new venture. As such you need to ensure it goes well. So many new businesses fail in their first year of operation for reasons that can be circumvented with general ease. When opening a bar there are huge considerations to take into account. The article will assume you have already found a great location and even a building. This is one of the hardest parts because it involves much research into the local area concerning where to set up. The article mainly explores how you can make the internal area great. Which is of course what makes people stay and come back. You may have even considered some of these points, which is great. But look at the others and see if you can make them work for you.
A bar is called so for a reason. The bar that runs the length of the serving area is important and should not be ignored. It is all too easy to simply grab a the first cheap wood offering you find. Yet in this day and age it is way more modern, and indeed trendy to use something different. There are many solid surface worktops out there for you to take a look at. The key is in finding something that doesn’t scratch, yet still looks good. Uniqueness is the way to go here because it is what makes your bar different to the rest.
You need to decide whether you bar serves food early on. If you are not going to serve full on meals then you should at least look into serving snacks. Most of the bars nowadays serve food, so if you don’t you are asking for trouble. Competitors will, and though serving food brings a myriad of additional problems it is a huge pull and another source of profit. Serve food if you can and you will rake the custom in. It means more stress and worry, granted, but it makes a huge difference.
You need to think about what kind of things to include inside. The average bar uses dart boards, gambling machines, quiz machines etc, think about something different that can make your place more attractive than the others. Certain places incorporate skittles or bowling alleys, perhaps a great kids play area, there are all kinds of things you can do to make it stand out.
You could have the option of making it stand out and be different by serving different beers and drinks. People love trying new things so market yourself as the bar that has the different beers and foods. Visit all the pubs in the local area and assess what makes them good, yet also what they do not have. If they don’t have it, there’s your opportunity. It is a tough game and not for the faint of heart, yet there is a ton of profit involved if you pull it all off in the right way.
TECH TALK BLOG
Startup stories, tech trends, and apps curated by Tech Blogger and Digital Lifestyle Host Sasha Staar Horne.
sasha talks tech, Sasha Horne, Silicon Beach, LA Tech, Tech LA, LA Tech Scene, Los Angeles Life, Los Angeles socialite, ABC Whodunnit, Melina Alves, Brazil, Kam Perez, Cris Cross, Dana Davis Blake, Geno Smith, Don Tayback, Dontae Mosbey, Sherri Marsh, Reality TV Star, TV Host, Los Angeles TV Host, Reporter LA, Sasha Beaufort SC, Beaufort High School Notable Alumni, College of Charleston Notable Alumni, Georgetown University Notable Alumni, Team Southern Belles, Air Force Veteran, Black Girls Tech, Black Nerds, Blerds, Black girls rock, Black girls code, Social media superstar, black tech blogger, black tech la, Black Hollywood, Tech in Motion, Tech in Motion LA, CNN Master's Fellow, CNN Graduate Fellowship, Reality TV where are they now,