Tuesday, May 24, 2011

How To Start a Restaurant for Dummies, I Mean New Yorkers

No Biscuits & Gravy?

Hipsters Not Included

Mulberry Street Address a Must
Have you ever wanted to start a restaurant but didn't know where to begin?  Well, you are in luck! I found these helpful guides from detailing everything you need to start three popular NY restaurants and had to share. Funny thing is, when I saw these guides a restaurant I had been to immediately popped into my head for each one.  For Southern, I thought of Tipsy Parson (should've gotten its own post on their brunch-shame on me).  For Brooklyn, pretty much everything on Bedford Ave. came to mind.  For Italian, I thought of Little Italy in its entirety and Lombardi's in Soho. 

So let's make your next dining experience interesting.  Take these charts (wouldn't this be a great card for a restaurant type of bingo?!) out with you and try to see how many cliche characteristics you notice at a Southern, Brooklyn, or Italian restaurant in New York.  Consider it your first assignment in "starting a restaurant."

Guides Locale:

Places of Interest:
Tipsy Parson, 156 9th Avenue 212-620-4545

Lombardi's Pizza, 32 Spring St. 212-941-7994

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