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Bar design and interior design, including planning and commercial bar design for those opening or remodeling restaurants or hotels by Cabaret Design Group

How to Achieve Maximum Bar Profits Through Design

How to Achieve Maximum Bar Profits Through Design

I often wonder how people believe that restaurants, bars and nightclubs make money on food. CNBCPrime ran an edition in 2013 called “Hotel: Behind Closed Doors at Marriott,” which revealed that Marriott doesn’t make any money on food.

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Top 3 Bar Design Ideas for Maximum Profits

Top 3 Bar Design Ideas for Maximum Profits

Can you pour a perfect one-ounce shot of liquor? Do you allow your bartenders to free-pour? If you aren’t entirely in control of the manner in which your bar dispenses liquor, you are in deep trouble!

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Top 5 Furniture Picks and Tips for Gentlemens Club Design

Top 5 Furniture Picks and Tips for Gentlemens Club Design

What are the top ideas and tips for purchasing stripclub furniture? This article answers the most popular questions, best of class and furniture pricing.

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Top 5 LED Lighting Ideas for Nightclub and Bar Design

Top 5 LED Lighting Ideas for Nightclub and Bar Design

As I mentioned before, LED lighting is “King-of-the-hill” in today’s lighting market. The lighting market has seen such wide-sweeping changes over the past couple of years that it’s shocking even to a design professional.

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Pacific Columns Architectural Millwork for Nightclub Design

Pacific Columns Architectural Millwork for Nightclub Design

When I began designing nightclubs, I was searching for a line of architectural products that were classical in nature and scalable for large applications. Most millwork houses don’t carry anything that fit these requirements.

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Top 5 Ideas for Planning a Gentlemens Club Remodel

Top 5 Ideas for Planning a Gentlemens Club Remodel

You’ve owned and successfully operated your stripclub for 8-10 years and things were going pretty smoothly, but business has tapered these past couple of years. For whatever reason, you are no longer able to reach the same customers.

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