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DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Startup & Feasibility Model (Tableservice version)

DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Startup & Feasibility Model (Tableservice version)

Whether you're planning on opening your first restaurant or adding another location, thorough analysis of the financial feasibility of the project is essential. The Restaurant Feasibility Worksheet has been refined over several years on a wide variety and number of actual restaurant ventures.

It offers a complete and detailed approach to helping you quickly consider all the essential elements that impact the financial feasibility of a proposed restaurant.

The model, designed specifically for tableservice restaurants will not only help you evaluate the financial feasibility of a proposed restaurant, but it also functions as a valuable tool in selling your project to potential partners, lenders and investors.

The Feasibility Model comes with the following individual worksheets -

  • Sources & Uses of Funds
  • Capital Budget Worksheet
  • Summary P&L Projection
  • Detailed P&L Projection
  • Sales Projection
  • Hourly Labor Cost Projection
  • Detailed Assumptions
  • Loan Amortization Schedule

The Restaurant Feasibility Model comes in an Excel (.xls) file format and comes bundled with a fully functional, completed example and a series of blank worksheets with no values, ready for your assumptions.

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