As a small business owner of a restaurant & wine bar, I have been commended by patrons through the years for “going for it”, “taking such a big risk”, and “living the dream”. I appreciate their compliments and their support for my transition from corporate to restaurateur.
Many folks have asked how I pulled it all off. Last year, I was approached by the Idiot’s Guide to write their book on opening and running a restaurant. Although I passed on that opportunity, I have been sharing the concrete steps on going from idea in the noggin’ to brick & mortar on the block in my classes that I’ve been teaching at Sweet Revenge® for the past two years. This Saturday, I am offering my class on How to Open a Successful Cafe / Bakery and I hope to see my fellow dreamers and doers bright and early at Sweet Revenge® at 8a.
If you want to escape your corporate job to bring your cafe, bar, bakery, coffee shop, cupcake store, or restaurant to life, sign up now for this Saturday’s class!
The class will be held:
8am-10am, Saturday April 4, 2015
62 Carmine Street (between Bedford & 7th Ave in the west village)
NYC NY 10014
To register & pay the course fee of $199 (includes breakfast pastries & coffee) via paypal: PAY NOW
Cheers to betting on yourself and livin’ the dream!
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