Owning, managing, and working at a bar can be a lot of fun for someone who thrive on social interaction and showing people a good time. It can also be lucrative, provided that you establish a profitable and effective pricing model and attract a lot of business. If you have just opened up a bar, are looking to revive your bar’s old reputation, or are simply looking to fill your bar to capacity more frequently to make your venture more profitable and exciting, consider making the following changes.
Update Bar Front
Your bar’s interior may be what wins over your customers’ loyalty, but the façade and entryway will draw them inside initially. While you will be able to benefit more from word-of-mouth and marketing once you have established a strong reputation, creating an inviting or intriguing entrance may prove indispensable early on in your bar’s operation.
Theme nights with costume contests, live music, and bar trivia can all draw a crowd. Think about the population in your neighborhood as well as your target demographic when deciding what type of events to host. Dart boards, pool tables, shuffleboard tables, and skee-ball units may also help you build up a regular client base, but only invest in these types of games if they fit within the framework of the atmosphere you are trying to create in your bar.
Upgrade Your Furniture
The most comfortable and ergonomic bar stool seats’ stand roughly one foot shorter than the bars they accompany. If there is not already between 11 and 14 inches between bar stools and bars or dining chairs and dining room tables in your bar, then consider upgrading to appropriately sized furniture that will make your bar more comfortable for patrons.
Investing in a new set of bar stools that are attractive, comfortable, and of an ideal height can be a real boon for your bar. For access to the largest and most impressive selection of bar stools in the San Diego Area, check out one of our four conveniently located San Diego County showrooms. If you have any questions, call (858) 578-5881 to speak with a courteous and knowledgeable member of our staff.