Develop business plan:
Always develop a comprehensive business plan that should detail everything about your potential bar & grill business. Be sure to include financial information, especially your needs as this will help you get a loan or possible investment. Remember to be concise in your business plan as it will outline everything you want to accomplish with your bar & grill business.
Be sure to determine your budget as opening a bar & grill business will be expensive. Try to maintain your budget and do not overspend.
You will have to talk to your local government for information on all the permits that you will need to open your own bar & grill business. Be sure to carefully fill out all the information and submit them for approval. Be patient as it can take some time before your applications are approved. Also, you will need a liquor license as you will be serving alcohol in your bar & grill business.
Hire a competent lawyer that is familiar with business setups. He or she can take care of all the necessary paperwork for registering your business and acquire all the necessary permits. Please remember that a good lawyer will cost you some money, so be prepared for this eventuality.
Find a decent location to open your bar & grill business. Try to get a location which is on the main road to attract customers. You can hire the services of a real estate agency to help you with your needs. You can rent, lease or purchase a decent location. Most likely a long term lease will suit your bar & grill business.
Source equipment and supplies:
You will have to carefully source your supplies and equipment. Be sure to stay within your budget and only use top quality suppliers that have a good reputation in the market.
Marketing and advertisement:
Prepare some marketing and advertisement materials to spread the word about your new bar & grill business to attract customers from around your area.