Article of the Month
It's a well-known and unfortunate fact that restaurants are extremely expensive to run, and a majority of new startups fail within the first year. The situation is even worse right now, in 2020, with so much of the country under quarantine due to the coronavirus outbreak. Restaurants, already struggling, are now limited in how many guests they can serve for an evening - if they're allowed to have any in-person customers at all!
The market, however, is ever adaptive and a new trend has begun to take off: ghost restaurants. They promise lower overhead, better profit margins, and resistance to disruption due to external factors like disease outbreaks.
If you're thinking of starting a new restaurant or looking for a way to rethink the business model of your existing eatery, a ghost restaurant might be the solution.