For many new pizza restaurateurs, some of the expenses that come along with opening a new establishment are quite unexpected. Unless, you are trained in business or have extensive experience in restaurant management, it is possible that you've been completely sideswiped by how much it is really costing to open your restaurant. It is true that you need little things like dishes and flatware, but you need so many of these little things, that there is no way you can set up a new pizza restaurant without pizza utensils leasing. Many people never thought they would have to lease forks, knives and serving ware; however, for most restaurants, this is the norm.
The pizza utensils you need will depend on the nature of your business. Are you planning to run a small mom and pop store in the neighborhood strip mall? Do you want to open a sit down restaurant that will be a local alternative to the large chain family restaurants that are common in your town? Do you want to have a place that delivers only? Do you plan to offer catering?
The cheapest easiest way to get started is to go the mom and pop or delivery only route. Any other restaurant model is going to be expensive and will require you to lease a large number of utensils. Many new restaurant owners grow into larger types of businesses after establishing clientele, building business credit and making a few years of profits.
For a standard new pizza business, you are just going to need the basics. These include, pizza slicer servers, pizza trays, serving skillets, professional hot pan grippers for you guys to use in the kitchen, restaurant dishes, bowls, coffee cups, flatware, and hard plastic/glass cups for the dining area of your restaurant.
If you plan to do deliveries, you will want to order one or more delivery bags. A good one is going to cost you about $50 and will hold three pizzas. If you plan to deliver other foods, you might need insulated delivery bags of various sizes. When it comes to slice servers, you will find servers with wooden handles and those with black rubber/plastic handles. You should consider the wooden handles if you plan to have a sit down eatery. They have a homey charm that the rubberized handles do not. The ones with the rubber handles are good for carry out and delivery pizza places.
When you dreamed of opening your restaurant, you may not have ever thought you would be financing your serving utensils; however pizza utensils financing is common and necessary in the commercial food industry.
LeaseQ offers a very simple way for you to finance your pizza utensils and whatever else you need to finance to get your restaurant going. They collect your info and run a soft credit check. This basically means your credit will not be affected when you submit an application. You can compare rates from various lenders and close your loan before the close of business the day you apply. This is because LeaseQ offers lenders a free underwriting engine and the ability to process credit in real time which means you save time and find the best financing option for your business free of charge directly through the website.
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