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When looking for a licensed restaurant, you need to consider the location as a key factor. Choosing premises that are well-positioned (in a busy city centre, for instance) will help you secure foot flow and make your restaurant easy to find and access. Alternatively, you can set up a cosy eatery in a quieter residential area, trading accessibility for a more appealing vibe.
Think about the kind of restaurant you want to develop. With a licensed commercial property, you can serve alcohol as well as food, allowing you to broaden your customer base and cater to evening diners. Having a licensed location offers flexibility. Combine it with a great menu and excellent customer service, and you could have a thriving restaurant in no time.
One of the best things you can do in your search is work with an expert property team. Our experienced team has extensive knowledge of local markets, so if you’re interested in the restaurant sector, we can help you make a sound investment.