Running an outdoor bar is a very nice idea to make a good deal of money from a business. You just have to find the right spot to start your operation and you are good to go with making some good money.
If you are thinking about establishing an outdoor bar to serve liquor, there are a lot of things that you need to consider before making any final decision. First of all you need to consider the requirement of staff as well as how you are going to take care of the security. Security is the most basic concern associated with running an outdoor bar. So you have to come up with a solid plan on how you are going to take care of it. Other things to keep in mind include making the required adjustments to the risk assessment management plan, making the necessary modifications to the floor plan on your liquor license, reviewing of requirements of health protection services, any variations to your registered food, fit out assessments, and reductions of any possible occupancy loadings.
Moreover, you have to be very certain about the proposed site for running your outdoor bar. You have to look a suitable and appropriate site and be sure if the bar size affects the premise’s occupancy in any way or not. You also have to be sure about the requirements of a gas or electricity connection at your bar. If you need one, you have to file a request on time.