Every restaurant should have a functional and practical floor plan. A well-designed restaurant creates a welcoming environment for patrons. It also increases staff productivity and sales.
Proper design should take into account all aspects of operations. It should provide a functional and efficient kitchen, delivery access and storage, and good work flow for the wait staff to and from the kitchen.
A good plan should especially concentrate on the public areas. These include the dining area, bar, waiting lounge and restrooms. Any restaurant floor plan should aim to create a quality dining experience for patrons and a good work environment for employees.
A restaurant business plan outlines brand strategy, financial projections, construction budget and space requirements. In addition, it also clearly defines the design and optional needs for the restaurant. A well designed restaurant floor plan aides in the achievement of a restaurant owner's business plan. Restaurant floor plans are key when designing a new restaurant, renovating an existing space, hosting an event, or documenting emergency evacuation plans.
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