>>Morris of Glasgow
Well the pub has got to be - the ambience, the ambience, the ambience.
Not every pub will want to have the same ambience of course, but you have
to get the feel right to suit your customers
|You have to look at your customers.
The ones you have or the ones you want to attract.
Are they they going to like the same things?
||Is it for the young and trendy?
Is your busiest time lunch time, or happy hour, or pre theatre, or all
day heavy drinking.
|Decisions have to be made.
When you know what you are doing in terms of who your customers are
hopefully going to be, you will have an idea of the style you need.
Once you decide where you are and where you want to go you can start to
work out how to get there.
See styles and colours for advice and check out what furniture and
fittings are available