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Old 02-24-2014, 07:31 PM   #21
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Yeah, just wait for someone with a restaurant to get jealous of the 2 or 3 meals a month that you "steal" from them and turn your ass in. Yep, that's the ticket. Fines can be more than permits, and "I didn't know..." won't cut it. I know of several people that lost a lot of money and equipment going this route.
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Old 02-24-2014, 07:59 PM   #22
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Well one of my old dearly deceased pals ran the circuit cooking ribs at the beer joints on Sunday afternoon. Wouldn't ya know the guy who had the gig previously ratted him out. The health goon come out and check to make sure he had bleach water and temp gauge and told him to come get a permit on monday morning. I guess he was just fortuate..lol. Or maybe he was working so closely with the club in question..he could do what he wanted under their health permit. We did a few grocery store parking lots and they never did bother us.
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Old 10-20-2020, 07:03 AM   #23
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Usually, you will need to invest in the necessary equipment, complete the necessary paperwork, and get everything else right before launching your barbecue take out business. Giving the fact that 6 years passed since you've asked this, I hope you've managed to grow it to a restaurant, or why not, maybe even a franchise. I think we would all be very proud to have a friend here who's made it.
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Old 10-20-2020, 10:36 AM   #24
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By the way, I've always wanted to start such a business. In my city, I have never seen a BBQ take-out business. I think it's very convenient when you can buy fried wings on the way home and eat them in the park or at home in the yard. In addition, it will be much cheaper to open such a business than a full-fledged restaurant, because you will not have to pay for renting a room, for many employees and furniture. And this means that the client will pay less in the end.
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Old 10-21-2020, 03:30 AM   #25
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By the way, I've always wanted to start such a business. In my city, I have never seen a BBQ take-out business. I think it's very convenient when you can buy fried wings on the way home and eat them in the park or at home in the yard. In addition, it will be much cheaper to open such a business than a full-fledged restaurant, because you will not have to pay for renting a room, for many employees and furniture. And this means that the client will pay less in the end. Every time I visit the San Diego business directory site on weekends to choose a place to have dinner, I hope to see such a BBQ take-out restaurant. This is a really great idea.
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Old 10-23-2020, 12:53 AM   #26
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By the way, I've always wanted to start such a business. In my city, I have never seen a BBQ take-out business. I think it's very convenient when you can buy fried wings on the way home and eat them in the park or at home in the yard. In addition, it will be much cheaper to open such a business than a full-fledged restaurant, because you will not have to pay for renting a room, for many employees and furniture. And this means that the client will pay less in the end. Every time I visit the San Diego business directory site on weekends to choose a place to have dinner, I hope to see such a BBQ take-out restaurant. This is a really great idea.
My friend was just looking for this information. Thanks
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