9 11, 2019

Food Truck VS Restaurant: What’s the Best Option?

By |2019-11-06T18:13:14+00:00November 9th, 2019|Restaurant|0 Comments

For several years, I operated a food truck on the coast of a sleepy fishing village on the coast of Maine. Because that’s the dream, right? Gorgeous sun-kissed summers, abundant, fresh seafood and ingredients, making your own hours, and answering to nobody but yourself? It’s the kind of […]

6 11, 2019

147 Clever to Hilarious Chinese Restaurant Name Ideas

By |2019-11-05T23:25:45+00:00November 6th, 2019|Restaurant|0 Comments

If you’ve been thinking about starting a Chinese restaurant in the United States, the good news is it’s a proven food concept. No matter where you go in the United States, from the East to West coasts or even middle America you can carve out a profitable niche […]

5 10, 2019

7 Reasons to Consider Adding Small-Batch Retail to Your Restaurant

By |2019-10-01T14:06:27+00:00October 5th, 2019|Restaurant|0 Comments

When I first opened Ancho Honey, a small, takeout-focused restaurant in a tiny coastal fishing village in Maine, I was a little overwhelmed by the structure of the restaurant space. Located in a converted early 20th century residential farmhouse, the building wasn’t exactly crying out to be a […]

4 10, 2019

How I Converted a House into a Fully Licensed Restaurant – Part 2

By |2019-10-01T13:44:52+00:00October 4th, 2019|Restaurant|0 Comments

Note: This is part two of a post detailing my experiences converting a residential farmhouse into a commercial restaurant space. In part one, I described the building, secured a loan from my sister, and started renovating the space, so if you missed part one, you’ll definitely want […]

3 10, 2019

How I Converted a House into a Fully Licensed Restaurant – Part 1

By |2019-10-04T15:15:33+00:00October 3rd, 2019|Restaurant|0 Comments

A little over two months ago (which is kind of bonkers, now that I think about it), an opportunity presented itself which I had to take advantage of: A house two doors down from where I live, on the corner of a major intersection* with lots of tourist […]