Synopses & Reviews
Running a bar or tavern is one of the most popular choices for entrepreneurs who want to operate a small business. But it's risky business for those who go into it uninformed. This book provides the essential information on planning, financial management.
The author pays particular attention to alcohol awareness issues and legal issues connected with bar and tavern management. A sample business plan as well as lists of associations and government agencies are provided in the appendix.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-235) and index.
About the Author
Roy S. Alonzo has taught restaurant and beverage management courses at the University of New Hampshire, where he also supervised a licensed faculty club. Prior to teaching, he was a partner and general manager of a large restaurant and lounge. He founded the Master Bartender School, in New Hampshire, which has trained thousands of professional bartenders since 1980, and is a certified alcohol responsibility trainer.