restaurant floor plans, Fast Food Restaurants, restaurant designs, restaurant equipments
Are you looking for restaurant floor plans to meet your day to day needs as well as the local by-law and the building code requirements?
If you have existing unit drawings along with the site plan/survey, email them to us. If you do not have the as-built drawings then we will come out, take measurements of the unit and turn it into computer drawings and prepare the restaurant floor plans based on your needs.
Leave your information below so that we contact you for more information and provide you with a FREE estimate for your ideal restaurant floor plans.
Please note that the local municipality may require you to provide an updated survey. This has to be done by a licensed surveyor. Leave us your contact info to have a licensed surveyor call you for an estimate.
Fast Food Restaurant
Fast food is the most familiar restaurant to most people. Chains like McDonalds and Burger King became popular in the 1950s, and helped spawn countless other concepts like Taco Bell, KFC and In&Out Burger. Fast food service attracted customers for its speed and convenience. Fast food restaurants are typically chains. If you are thinking of opening a fast food franchise, keep in mind that the initial costs of franchising are more expensive than opening an independent restaurant.
Fast Casual Dining/Bistro
This is one of the biggest trends right now. Fast casual is slightly more upscale than fast food. Fast casual restaurants offer disposable dishes and flatware, but their food tends to be presented as more upscale, such as gourmet breads and organic ingredients. Open kitchens are popular with fast casual chains, where customers can see their food being prepared. Boston Market is classified as fast casual.
Casual Style Dining
Also known as family style dining in North America. Casual style restaurants offer moderately priced entrees. This is one of the largest markets in the North America right now. Causal style dining can be any number of themes, from Italian (Olive Garden) to seafood (Red Lobster) to Mexican (Chilis). Casual style restaurants offer table side service, non-disposable dishes, while still keeping the menu moderately priced.
Just as the name implies, fine dining is used to describe a much more upscale restaurant, one that offers diners an elegant atmosphere with high quality service. The chefs in fine dining restaurants are usually professionally trained, and the food is fairly expensive, but worth it.