Example Costs to Open a 110 Seat Full-Service Restaurant [Infographic]

Opening a full-service restaurant takes a ton of money and capital and if you don’t have an idea of budget numbers, it’s a shot in the dark in terms of the financing required. I found this extremely detailed infographic on the costs it took a restaurant called Roija, based in Denver, CO, and the 2013 Winner of The James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Southwest. This infographic shows in great detail costs for equipment, wages, and general costs – along with the total investment required to run the 4400 sq. ft., 110 seat establishment. Here are example costs to open a full-service restaurant:

Figuring Out The Bill



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