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Profit Line Consulting - is a Full Service National Restaurant Consulting Firm, based in Los Angeles California and Frisco Texas, serving all of the United States and Canada. We service Quick Casual, Bars, Night Clubs, Food Trucks, Fine Dining, Casual Dining, and Fast Food restaurants. We specialize in successful Restaurant Start-Ups, Restaurant Turnaround, Profit Improvement, and Franchise Development. Testimonials.

Our featured client is "Hammbone Willy's Texas Craft Burgers & Brew" located in PLano, TX.  Click here to learn more about this new concpet. 

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Our Philosophy is simple:


Improve Your Profitability

One of the fundamentals of our success is to provide the client with restaurant consulting services that exceeds their objectives. Identifying what the client needs vs. what the client wants enhances long-term and lasting success.  It is this focus that has made us one of the top restaurant consulting firms in the United States.

We offer a wide range of restaurant consulting services that focus on specific objectives and value with measurable outcomes. Whether you are planning a new restaurant start up, franchising, or are looking to improve the profits of an existing restaurant, we have the expertise to improve your profitability or to make your new restautant a success. Below is just a small list of some of the services we offer:

Read the current issue of "Ron's Tip Jar." 

10 Common Restaurant Start Up Mistakes (And How To Avoid Them)  


Tips for Restaurant Success
Do You Have a Food Cost Problem? Why Your Food Cost May Be Too High
How Often Should You Take Inventory? 12 Points to Consider When Conducting Employee Evaluations
Opening A Restaurant - The Mystic of Working Capital What is Your Objective?
How Much Does It Cost To Start A Restaurant How To Start A Restaurant
7 Ways To Control Food Costs How To Develop A Restaurant Business Plan
Major Points To Consider When Selecting Menu Items How Much Inventory Should You Keep On Hand?
Vendor's - It's Not Just About Price Seek Results.....Not Activities
Labor Cost Must Be Precontrolled Restaurant Start Up - The Menu

Restaurant Success Corner

Whether an existing restaurant is purchased, or a new operation takes over a previously occupied space, some or all of the fixtures and equipment may be offered for sale to the new owner. Regardless of the concept, many of the fixtures and equipment found in a typical restaurant are common to all restaurants. For example, some concepts may require that a certain style of furniture be used or that the kitchen include certain specialized equipment. But the need for much of the higher cost kitchen equipment, such as refrigerators, freezers, and stoves, is common to virtually all restaurants.

Starting a new restaurant is not cheap. In fact, the cost of building and outfitting a free-standing, full service restaurant can easily exceed .50 million (not including land costs).

Converting an existing restaurant site, therefore, can result in large savings. However, you should approach any conversion with caution. There are reasons why restaurants fail, and understanding those reasons is critical. With this in mind, taking on a former restaurant site may not be a good bargain if the costs of overcoming the flaws are too high.           Read more on this topic

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