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Re: Chris's restaurant

Good lord-  I want to reserve a table for tonight at
7pm please.  I can just smell the fresh break baking! 
You're all killing me!  These kids live on fast food
and boxed junk.  It was a coupe to get one of them to
eat grilled shrimp the other night!


--- David Franzman <dfranzma@pacbell.net> wrote:

> Chris, you can call it Garden's Delight.  Outdoor
> and indoor seating. 
> Outdoor set within a garden with the nursery next
> door.  Have the whole 
> thing blend into one.  Indoors should have lots of
> tropicals for the winter 
> months.  Building should have glass so you can see
> out to the gardens.  The 
> scent of fresh baking bread wafting throughout,
> homemade soups and lots of 
> fresh ingredients on your menu.  You should have an
> herb demonstration 
> garden where your chef or yourself can pick fresh
> herbs for your menu.  Also 
> small pots of the same for folks to buy.
> Always assume you will be slow for two years.  Build
> your dream business 
> slowly only using capital that you can afford and
> still pay the essentials 
> for those two years.  It takes longer to fulfill
> what you are looking for 
> but you won't stay awake at night wondering how you
> will pay your employees.
> David  (who's getting hungary)
> http://www.atouchofthetropics.net 
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