Top New Restaurants - Acadiana Profile (2023)

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6815 W. Park Avenue, Houma
(985) 262-9972

Debbie and David Heard's world came to a halt when their 12,000-square-foot antique shop and restaurant in Thibodaux burned down in December 2010. They lost everything from the irreplaceable antiques to the banquet hall for 200 people.

Since the fire, the couple has moved their business once, but recently relocated to 6815 W. Park Ave. found a home in Houma which they consider permanent. The new Demitasse Café celebrated its first anniversary in March.

“We are very excited about the sponsors in Houma,” says Debbie Heard. "It's wonderful. We love it here. It was a very good step for us."Top New Restaurants - Acadiana Profile (2)

The Demitasse Café still serves 30 different types of panini, soups and salads for lunch and dinner, as well as a varied breakfast menu ranging from breakfast sandwiches to homemade omelettes. Debbie Heard says Demitasse still offers a huge drinks menu with specialty coffees, teas, smoothies, milkshakes, Italian sodas and much more.

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People drive over from Thibodaux to enjoy their familiar eatery and are asking when the Heards will retire or open a second location further down the bayou.

"They complain all the time and ask why we're not back in Thibodaux," says Debbie Heard, who doesn't want to commit to reopening in Thibodaux. “But after the fire, we live from day to day. You never know when everything will be taken from you.”

South Louisiana offers a vibrant culinary scene with outstanding chefs; ambitious restaurant owners; and an abundance of fresh produce, seafood and meat. It's no wonder residents incorporate food into every aspect of their lives, celebrating seasonal dishes like crawfish and rice, honoring culinary flavors at numerous spring festivals, and enjoying the popular restaurants that dot the landscape from the Mississippi to the Texas border.
Here are a few new restaurants that have recently opened in Acadiana.

Lafayette * (337) 967-1016
Search for "Freetown Fries"
on Facebook

The gourmet food truck scene has exploded in Lafayette, starting quietly about a few years ago with trucks like Viva La Waffle serving up unique sandwich fixings on waffles, and now expanding to about a dozen trucks a day. On the first Saturday of every month, a most or all truck rally sponsored by E's Kitchen, a kitchen supply store, takes place in the Parc Lafayette parking lot and draws a crowd.

For Marla Kristicevich, the idea for her Freetown Fries Truck began in Portland, Oregon, where a gourmet food truck trend was taking place. She envisioned a similar culinary fad for Lafayette, as the city is known for its festivals and outdoor music venues.

Kristicevich serves dishes based on fresh, hand-cut french fries lightly fried in peanut oil, ranging from Poo-yie Fry with beef gravy, queso cheese, spring onions and a sprinkling of cayenne pepper to Mediterranean Fry with garlic hummus and feta cheese, olives and spices. On Fridays, she serves catfish and fries, a Cajun version of fish and chips. For Mardi Gras, their King Cake Fry featured sweet potatoes with a multi-colored frosting on top.

The idea for Freetown Fries actually originated in Canada, where the original Cajuns lived before they were expelled by the British and moved to Louisiana. Poutine is a French Canadian dish of french fries with gravy and cheese. Kristicevich wondered why Cajuns didn't enjoy fries in the same way, when Freetown Fries' version might be more flavorful and imaginative than their northern cousins.

"Mine are fun and creative and Canadian poutine's Cajun cousin," she says.Top New Restaurants - Acadiana Profile (3)

Freetown Fries, like many of the new trucks on the market, uses fresh ingredients and a healthier way of cooking. For example, Kristicevich does not use anything frozen. "It keeps me honorable," she says.

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The truck's name comes from the Lafayette neighborhood where Kristicevich lives.

Although she loves her mobility, Kristicevich's dream for Lafayette is a city park where the trucks can gather regularly. "I think it would be a wise decision," she says. "It would be a nice draw because we're such a food-friendly city."
Most Lafayette trucks can be found on Facebook and post their locations daily. The monthly summary can be found on the E's Kitchen website

3901 Johnston Street, Lafayette
(337) 456-3274 *

Longtime Lafayette restaurateur Charlie Goodson, who owns the award-winning Charley G's, has teamed up with chef Marc Krampe, whose family owns the Lafayette McDonald's franchise, and Jody Ferguson, owner of Acadiana's Casa Olé. The three formed Southern Hospitality Kitchens to find gaps in Lafayette's culinary market and fill them with local restaurants, Goodson says.

Her first establishment is Social Southern Table & Bar, "a chef-run bar" that caters to 25- to 40-year-olds "and the young at heart," says Goodson. Social Southern is faster than a restaurant, he says, but also offers a sophisticated menu along with specialty cocktails like Social Sazerac and Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade; wine flights; and a wide selection of wines, beers, and fine spirits.

"We have great bars in town and great restaurants in town," says Goodson, "but we wanted to do something in between."

Chef Krampe's menu consists of "Speakeateries" bites; specialty sandwiches and salads; Flatbread; "supper plates" with dishes like Guinness braised pork; and "Social Fixins" for two, like mac-n-cheese with pepper, sake, and aged white cheddar.

According to Goodson, the most popular products were the Smoke Fried Chicken-n-Foie Gras cookies and the flatbreads, which are made on-site in aTop New Restaurants - Acadiana Profile (4)wood stove. The restaurant also makes its own bread, with the exception of the poor boys' breads, which adds to its popularity, Goodson adds.

Social Southern is open for lunch and dinner at its Johnston Street location, midway between downtown and the Mall of Acadiana.

149 Fuselier Road, Arnaudville
(337) 754-7147

Arnaudville is at the confluence of the Bayous Fuselier and Teche, east of Grand Coteau and north of Breaux Bridge and Cecilia. Over the years the historic town has developed into a vibrant arts community, with the NUNU Arts and Culture Collective developed by artist and local son George Marks, Tom's Fiddle & Bow and several arts-related festivals.

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There are locally owned and operated restaurants in town including Russell's Food Center with its popular lunchtime menu. But the opening of The Little Big Cup cafe and cafe in the heart of the city was like a shot of espresso, bringing life to the community and providing a meeting place that stays open late.

The café is run by Kevin Robin, an Arnaudville native, and his New York-born partner Sanjay Maharaj. Robin's family owns Russell's, which also owns a catering business, so the two were planning to open a coffee shop with the catering business inside, says Maharaj.

After the Little Big Cup opened in October, the response was overwhelming; The cafe's lunch and dinner specials were in demand, as were its coffee offerings and desserts, Maharaj says. Since the restaurant was taken over, the partners bought the building next door and moved the dining area there, while keeping the original space as a café with comfortable chairs and sofas. The catering business continues outside of the expanded kitchen, and there is now outdoor seating by the bayou.
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According to Maharaj, what has made The Little Big Cup so successful is the reasonable prices and the specials on top of the fixed menu. The cafe offers balanced meals for $5, he says, and is experimenting with specials like offering Chinese once a week since Arnaudville doesn't have a Chinese restaurant.

They are currently working towards obtaining an alcohol license for the dining area.

"Things are going really well so far," says the New York transplant, adding that he loves his new home. "People are so nice, the food is wonderful and I have more time for the simple things in life."

Highway 90 an der Jefferson Island Road, New Iberia
(337) 369-3772 *

Although Landry's Seafood and Steakhouse has been around since 1969, we rate Landry's Seafood and Steakhouse as a "new restaurant" because chef Alex Patout has revived it since taking over. Patout, who ran restaurants in New Orleans for 25 years, lost everything when Hurricane Katrina hit the city, and New Orleans' loss was New Iberia's gain when Patout decided to return to his hometown. Landry's, which is not affiliated with the Landry's chain of seafood restaurants, is owned by Dave and Grace Landry and managed by Elaine Buteau. Located off Highway 90 on Jefferson Island Road, the restaurant focuses on authentic Cajun, among other things, with the popular Maw Maw's Lunch Buffet on weekdays and the Cajun Camp Fish Fry lunch on Fridays.

"Our motto is 'fresh and wild,'" Patout says of the menu, "whatever we can get locally."

That means fresh catfish from Loreauville, oysters from the township of Plaquemines, and jumbo crawfish from a Henderson processing plant. Patout even buys his vegetables in the Iberia Parish Prison and raves about the fresh mustard.

"We're a true Cajun restaurant in Cajun Country," says Patout. "We want people to feel like there's something that's really designed for people to get a taste of the culture."

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Patout opened his first restaurant in New Iberia in 1978 and has won recognition and invitations to cook for several world leaders. Food & Wine Magazine named him one of America's 25 Best Chefs. He later opened Alex Patout's Louisiana Restaurant in New Orleans' French Quarter, but lost the business in Katrina.

As in the past, Patout uses the best of Louisiana in his cuisine. His tasting menu includes things like Crabmeat Maison, crawfish soup, dainty soft-shell crab, Cajun smothered roast duck, and bread pudding with rum sauce.

Lake Charles

Several new restaurants have opened in Lake Charles in recent months, including three on Ryan Street.Italian restaurant in Tuscanyat 3905 Ryan (337/478-0303) offers a variety of traditional Italian cuisine with hearty pasta dishes and fresh, homemade garlic bread.Siam-Restaurantbei 723 Ryan (337/214-6087,, closer to downtown, serves a variety of Asian specialties from Thailand, China and Vietnam. The elegant wine barRaubbei 700 Ryan (337/437-7633, opened at the end of March with specialty cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in addition to its wines.

Dharmain der Broad St. 329 (337/433-3144, serves farm-to-table dishes from 20:00 to 22:00, including homemade pizzas, stromboli, calzones and salads, sometimes accompanied by live music. until 2 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Appropriately, the motto of the Dharma is "Feed Your Soul."

Cousins ​​​​Lebanese cuisinein der Kirkman St. 2612B (337/437-1144, offers Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine, including a selection of kebabs, tabouli, hummus and wraps. The name refers to the owners Sam and George Homsi, natives of Lebanon who moved to Lake Charles about 30 years ago and were assisted by George Abraham, a first cousin of Sam and George's grandfather. Abraham called the two "cousins" and adopted the name.

LeBleu's Landing and Sausage Link specialty meatsat 202 Henning Drive (337/528-6900) in neighboring Sulfur offers Cajun cuisine standards like boiled crawfish and seafood gumbo along with an oversized buffet and full-service meat market. Visitors can choose between a sit-down meal or a boudin to go.

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What do people look for in a good restaurant? ›

Here are 10 characteristics of highly successful restaurants.
  • 1) Tasty Food. Invariably the food is tasty and well prepared. ...
  • 2) Range of Beverages. ...
  • 3) Good Service. ...
  • 4) Hospitable Atmosphere. ...
  • 5) Reasonable Cost. ...
  • 6) Convenient Location. ...
  • 7) Culinary Expertise. ...
  • 8) Hygiene and Cleanliness.
Mar 15, 2016

How would you describe a high class restaurant? ›

The food at a fine dining establishment will be of the highest quality, made with luxurious ingredients, and served in unique and beautiful presentations. The quality of the dishware and cutlery is also higher, and often the décor and even the architecture of the restaurant building is notable.

How do you know if a restaurant is good? ›

10 Signs You Are In A Good Restaurant
  1. COURTEOUS STAFF: The first thing we notice when we enter any diner or restaurant is their staff. ...

How do I decide what restaurant to go to? ›

10 Things To Consider Before Choosing a Restaurant For Night Out
  1. Location. The restaurant should not be too far away from home. ...
  2. Ambience Matters. The vibe you get from a restaurant certainly matters. ...
  3. Variety of Cuisines. ...
  4. Culinary Trends. ...
  5. Price. ...
  6. Privacy. ...
  7. Mood, Music, and Art. ...
  8. The Perfect Wine.

What makes a restaurant stand out? ›

The general attractiveness of the place consists of beautiful interior designs, mood, and ambiance. The restaurant can stand out from the crowd through its bold signage, unconventional paint color, and creative window décor.

What are some adjectives to describe a restaurant? ›

Let's get started!
  • 1)Décor / Ambiance. The restaurant has great décor and ambiance.
  • 2)Vibe. This place has a relaxed, casual vibe.
  • 3)Dazzling. This café is a perfect place to enjoy good food alongside a dazzling sunset.
  • 4)Unbeatable. The atmosphere of the restaurant is unbeatable.
  • 5)Posh. ...
  • 6)Attentive. ...
  • 7)Impeccable. ...
  • 8)Pricey.
Jul 27, 2020

How would you describe the ambience of a restaurant? ›

We can define ambiance as the character, atmosphere, or mood of a place, person, or thing. Restaurant ambiance covers every touch from the theme to the music, from the colors to the decor. It also covers cleaning and your staff in addition to these.

How do you write a restaurant bio? ›

Relate your restaurant's story to its core values. Tell them what struggles you had to overcome, what you learned from it, and how it impacted your values. In telling your story, show the reader what makes your restaurant unique without explicitly listing out its best features. A little bit of mystique goes a long way.

How do you know if a restaurant is struggling? ›

  1. CUTTING QUALITY CAN ANTICIPATE JOB CUTS. Watch out for a sudden switch to cheaper or low-quality ingredients. ...
  6. OWNER NO-SHOWS. ...

What makes a restaurant five stars? ›

A combination of a talented chef, a delectable menu and a well-trained and attentive staff, your five-star restaurant will offer a memorable experience in all facets.

How do Millennials choose restaurants? ›

Most significantly, 54% of Millennials say they typically eat at a non-chain local restaurant, as compared to only 39% of Gen Z. This was their second most popular answer, behind fast food, meaning Millennials are choosing local restaurants slightly more than casual or fast casual options.

How do I make my restaurant stand out from the competition? ›

How to Make Your Restaurant Stand Out From the Crowd in 2022
  1. Update your menu. ...
  2. Touch up your food photography. ...
  3. Engage with your local community on social media. ...
  4. Create a newsletter. ...
  5. Update your Google My Business profile. ...
  6. Send customers mail. ...
  7. Catch your customer's eye.
Mar 24, 2022

Who should order first at a restaurant? ›

Ordering your food abides by that basic rule you've probably already been told since you were a kid: women order first. When the server takes orders, they'll most likely go from oldest female to youngest, and then on to the men.

What are the 3 C's in restaurant? ›

Get to know the 3Cs: Choose, Clean & Cook!

What are the 4 P's of a restaurant? ›

Everyone knows a restaurant that has mediocre food, but does a landslide business. The key to all of these is to differentiate you from the competition. Using Product, Place, Promotion, and Price to build a marketing plan can help get you there.

What are the 7Ps of a restaurant? ›

The extended marketing mix model contains 7Ps: Physical Evidence, Price, Place, Product, Promotion, Process and People.

What adds value in a restaurant? ›

To increase the value of a restaurant, make an effort to improve things such as the visibility of your business, management of processes and staff, customer relations and the terms of your current lease.

What are 3 adjectives that describe you best? ›

Positive Words to Describe Yourself
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What are some describing words? ›

These are some other descriptive words you might find fun:
  • Beautiful.
  • Ugly.
  • Smart.
  • Clever.
  • Gorgeous.
  • Friendly.
  • Happy.
  • Sad.
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What are 5 adjectives that mean delicious? ›

Synonyms of delicious
  • tasteful.
  • flavorful.
  • tasty.
  • yummy.
  • scrumptious.
  • edible.
  • delightful.
  • delectable.

What are the five elements of ambience? ›

The following five components can endorse the ambiance of your hospitality space: scent, lighting, interior design, music / soundscapes and taste.

How would you describe a nice ambience? ›

Sometimes an ambience is described as 'luxurious', 'magical', 'elegant' or 'stylish', or as 'homely' or 'rustic', where the focus is more on the physical aspects.

What is a good sentence for ambience? ›

noun. The restaurant's soft music and candlelight gave it a romantic ambience.

How do I write a restaurant about me? ›

When writing an About Us section, include information that you think your customers will use when searching for food in your general area, such as your location, cuisine type, and restaurant name. If you are known for a specific dish, it can also be helpful to include the name of that dish.

How do you write a catchy business bio? ›

Tips for writing the best Instagram bios for business (+ examples)
  1. Know what your goal is. ...
  2. Let your brand personality shine through. ...
  3. Include relevant hashtags and profile links. ...
  4. Make sure it's easy to read. ...
  5. Include a compelling call to action.
Jan 4, 2023

What is the key to success of a restaurant? ›

A strong restaurant identity, hiring and retaining your staff and building a supportive environment, familiarizing yourself with profit and loss statements, creating a profitable menu (and learning how to market your best-selling items) are just some of the key elements of successful restaurants.

What type of restaurants are most profitable? ›

Following are the six most profitable restaurant types.
  1. Bar. In the restaurant business, bars have the highest profit margins. ...
  2. Diner. The low cost of breakfast food ingredients increases the profit margin for diners. ...
  3. Food Truck. ...
  4. Delivery. ...
  5. Pizzeria. ...
  6. Pasta Restaurant.

What are 3 things business owners need to take into consideration before opening a restaurant? ›

  • 6 Things You Need to Know Before Opening a Restaurant. Bianca Esmond. ...
  • Not everyone is cut out to be a restaurant owner. ...
  • Consider your location carefully. ...
  • Plan on a significant up-front investment. ...
  • Choose a clear restaurant concept. ...
  • Put a business plan on paper. ...
  • Invest in the right technology.
Jun 20, 2019

What is the #1 reason that restaurants fail? ›

1. Lack of vision. According to the Cornell University study “Why Restaurants Fail,” restaurants close because their leadership lacks a clear vision for the restaurant. A restaurant's mission statement and vision and are more than just its concept and menu—they should be at the center of every business decision.

Why do most new restaurants fail? ›

Around 60 percent of new restaurants fail within the first year. And nearly 80 percent shutter before their fifth anniversary. Often, the No. 1 reason is simply location — and the general lack of self-awareness that you have no business actually being in that location.

What are three common reasons for restaurant failure? ›

8 Reasons Why Restaurants Fail (and How to Not Be One of Them)
  • Poor leadership and lack of experience. ...
  • Not enough capital. ...
  • Out of control costs. ...
  • Bad food and service. ...
  • Bad location. ...
  • Lack of clear concept. ...
  • Too much competition. ...
  • Too little marketing.
Mar 24, 2021

How many stars is a good restaurant? ›

One-stars are defined as “a good place to stop” with food made according to high standards. Two-stars are “worth a detour”, with “excellent cuisine.” And finally, the highly coveted three-star rating is for those restaurants that are “worth a special journey” with exceptional cuisine and harmony.

What's higher than a Michelin star? ›

Michelin quantifies one star as being “high-quality cooking, worth a stop”; two stars is for “excellent cooking, worth a detour”; and finally, the prestigious three stars represent “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.”

Can restaurants lose stars? ›

Restaurants in the guide are regularly visited by those anonymous Michelin reviewers, and depending on the consistency or improvement in service, more stars could be awarded in subsequent years. Of course if there is inconsistency and things become less than satisfactory, those stars can be taken away.

What does Gen Z want in a restaurant? ›

This pattern is repeated throughout the report. Another question asked consumers what style of dine-in service they prefer. The options were traditional service from a waiter, or ordering and paying with a tableside tablet or mobile app. More than half (52%) of Gen Zers said they'd prefer the latter option.

What is millennials favorite food? ›

1: Top food trends among millennials, in terms of how many respondents said they had tried them, include “sweet and spicy” foods (40 percent have tried), quinoa (36 percent), meals in bowls (35 percent), craft beer (26 percent), artisan ice cream (24 percent), cold-brew coffee (20 percent) and farm-to-table eating (18 ...

What food trends are Gen Z? ›

Technomic's College and University Trend Report found that 42% of Gen Z are interested in street food on menus, while 46% say chicken is their protein of choice for dinner. Plant-based offerings, fermented foods, pizzas, and bowls like burrito bowls, poke bowls, and acai bowls are hugely popular among this group.

Which strategy is best for restaurant? ›

10 Best Marketing Strategies for Restaurants
  1. Concentrate on Local SEO. ...
  2. Make the Most of Social Media. ...
  3. Use Food Visuals. ...
  4. Offer Coupons and Specials. ...
  5. Get Involved With the Community. ...
  6. Contact Local Bloggers and Influencers. ...
  7. Leverage Email Marketing. ...
  8. Partner With Delivery Apps.
Oct 28, 2021

How do restaurants handle a lot of customers? ›

Speak Appropriately
  1. Greet your diners the minute they walk in the door.
  2. Use respectful titles – sir, ma'am and miss work well.
  3. Don't interrupt.
  4. Listen intently and pay attention to what they want.
  5. Be thoroughly versed on your menu. Ask questions and repeat their orders to make sure you get it right.

What not to do at a restaurant? ›

The Rudest Things You Can Do At A Restaurant, According To...
  • Asking for one thing at a time rather than consolidating requests. ...
  • Shaking an empty glass to request a refill. ...
  • Sitting at a dirty table. ...
  • Leaving your phone number on the check. ...
  • Leaving a mess. ...
  • Not acknowledging your server. ...
  • Hanging around long after your meal.
Mar 12, 2020

What is the most ordered food item in a restaurant? ›

America's most ordered dishes of 2022, according to Grubhub
  • Burrito (bowl or regular)
  • Cheeseburger.
  • Cheese Pizza.
  • Pad Thai.
  • Chicken Quesadilla.
  • California Roll.
  • Fried Chicken Sandwich.
  • Caesar Salad.
Dec 15, 2022

Where do you put your purse in a restaurant? ›

A purse, of any size, name brand or not, never goes on a bar or a table in a restaurant. It is placed on your lap, underneath your chair or under the table, between your back and the back of the chair (or bar stool), or, if there is a ledge large enough underneath the bar in front of the bar stool, place it there.

What are 5 traits to look for in a restaurant server? ›

Top 7 Qualities and Skills of a Good Waiter
  • Skill #1: Active Listening. ...
  • Skill #2: Sharp Memory. ...
  • Skill #3: Attentiveness. ...
  • Skill #4: Flexibility. ...
  • Skill #5: Positive Attitude. ...
  • Skill #6: Ability to Hustle. ...
  • Skill #7: Multi-Tasking. ...
  • Start Your Job as a Server with Food Handler Training.
Jan 29, 2020

What are the 7 things to consider while considering your restaurant's location? ›

Therefore, we have compiled a complete restaurant site selection checklist that you must refer to before finalizing the site for your restaurant.
  • Market Research. ...
  • Front Location. ...
  • Upper floor or Rooftop Location. ...
  • Size. ...
  • Access and Parking. ...
  • Building Amenities. ...
  • Budget.

What is the most important thing in a restaurant? ›

Guest Experience. Excellent customer service is an inherent trait of a successful restaurant business. Customer service constitutes the entire customer experience, right from the politeness and helpfulness of the staff, to the service—how soon the food arrives, the price of the dishes, restaurant ambiance, etc.

What are the 3 most important things as a server? ›

Here are a few essential skills:
  • A good memory. This is probably the most important skill for a server. ...
  • Great customer service skills. As a server, you are the face of the restaurant. ...
  • The ability to multitask. As a server, you will often be doing several things at once. ...
  • A positive attitude.
Jul 4, 2022

What makes you stand out as a server? ›

Employers also want servers who have a clean appearance, are easy to communicate with and understand, and who can keep up with the fast-paced environment of a restaurant. In addition to these qualities, employers also look for several specific skills, including: Customer service. Communication.

What are the 7 skills that a food service person must possess? ›

The most marketable soft skills for restaurant management jobs
  • Excellent communication skills. Strong communication skills are essential in the hospitality industry. ...
  • Problem-solving and conflict manage.
  • Positive attitude. ...
  • Attention to detail. ...
  • Multitasking skills. ...
  • Team spirit. ...
  • Adept language skills. ...
  • Cultural awareness skills.

What are the four P's of local restaurant marketing? ›

The Four P's: Product, Place, Price and Promotion are classic marketing tools. If you hear talk about “Marketing Mix” they are talking about the Four P's. The marketing mix relates to the emphasis a business places on each of the Four P's. Varying one can have a direct impact on sales and profits.

What not to do when opening a restaurant? ›

  1. 1) Not Enough Capital. Overspending can sneak up on us when it hurts the most. ...
  2. 2) A Complicated Menu. ...
  3. 3) Forgetting About Licenses. ...
  4. 4) Not Training Your Staff. ...
  5. 5) Ignoring Data. ...
  6. 6) No Social Media Strategy. ...
  7. 7) Lack of Concept.
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