The night life scene at nightclubs and bars never dies down. No matter what else is happening, people always want to go out and do something; keeping your establishment well stocked at all times is important. You don't want to lose customers because you're out of what they want.
Owning one of these businesses means being prepared for the unexpected. Ladies want to dance into the wee hours of the morning, guys want to throw a wild bachelor party for their soon-to-be-wedded friend and college students want to organize impromptu "beer pong" competitions. Owning pubs, sports taverns or the local dance club will keep you on your toes.
1. Keep your sports taverns stocked with quick-cooking "bar food."
2. Stock your pubs with a variety of beer, wine and hard liquor.
3. Ensure that your night clubs stay supplied with plenty of wrist bands, spare light bulbs and DJ equipment.
Find food vendors to supply your sports barsSports bars are a place to gather with the guys and watch the big game. In addition to drinking pitchers of beer, customers will need to eat some food while sitting through a three hour football game. Finger foods and sandwiches are the most common dishes ordered in this type of bar.
Locate alcohol suppliers for your pubs and barsKeeping a well stocked selection of alcohol is imperative to maintaining a thriving customer base. After all, your patrons are coming to your place to have a few drinks and enjoy themselves. Don't take a risk of running out of your most popular beer on a Friday night.
Buy necessities for your local night clubsNight clubs are happenin' places. The people are packed in, buying drinks, dancing and flirting. You'll need some basic supplies to keep your club up and running, and to keep the customers partying.
- Irish pubs are a specific niche and will need a bit more planning to stock if you want to keep it authentic: Try going straight to the liquor distributor to order your product and keep the local night life hopping.