How do you run a successful restaurant? Find out at the Ferguson Library!

21 Nov


If owning your own restaurant has been a dream of yours, why not take that next step to making your dream a reality?  The first task is as simple as attending the Running a Successful Restaurant seminar at the Ferguson Library in Stamford on 12/11.  Registration for the seminar begins at 5:30 and the presentation starts at 6 in the third floor auditorium.

During the talk, you’ll learn all about the restaurant biz…from the good, to the bad, and to the ugly.  You’ll also get help figuring your way through how to position your restaurant and your unique culinary perspective.  And, of course, you’ll get some advice about how to market your restaurant.

This event at the Ferguson is co-sponsored by SCORE (provides help for small businesses and start-ups) of Fairfield County and the Community Economic Development Fund (provides financial and technical assistance to small businesses and supports community economic development).

The Ferguson Library
96 Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06904

7 Responses to “How do you run a successful restaurant? Find out at the Ferguson Library!”

  1. Jessica @ He Cooks, She Bakes, They Eat November 21, 2013 at 2:50 pm #

    Is this open to all or do you need a Stamford library card? I know, I could just call and ask, but I’m being lazy.


  2. PepeLaPew November 21, 2013 at 12:37 pm #

    The best way to run a restaurant is to run away from it and invest your money in another business.
    There is a reason banks don’t go near restaurants. HIGH RISK in the best of economies.


    • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro November 21, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

      Yeah, there’s a huge risk in restaurants. And, you can’t really see too much profit for the first few years…but there is great potential. Personally, we wouldn’t have a blog without them :P


      • PepeLaPew November 22, 2013 at 9:27 am #

        The restaurant and the entertainment industry are the only businesses where a bad critic can put you out of business. Critics what wouldn’t know the difference between a braise or a blanch have the power to crucify a business and hurt it financially.


        • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro November 22, 2013 at 2:42 pm #

          Yeah, that’s true…critics do have a big influence over restaurants and entertainment. Imagine, if they spilled out into other fields too like pilots, police officers, and teachers? Oh man.


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