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Searching for a seasoned professional as a mentor or consultant

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Hi Everyone,

 

I am opening a new restaurant and have some areas I could use some help.  Specifically on kitchen layout & equipment and lite menu development.  The concept is defined and a space has been chosen but I know my limits and these are the areas I could use some assistance with. 

 

The concept is a basic sit down fast casual restaurant meets bier-garden.  The space is currently vacant and the kitchen needs to be fully setup (there was a kitchen there before and everything is gone except the hood and walk in).

 

It would be great to find someone in Northern Virginia to assist with these items.  While I would love to find someone to help out in exchange for a few beers, I realize your consultation costs might be more and I am open to negotiations.

 

In the next few months ill be looking to hire actual staff, for now I'm just looking for a consultant of sorts.

 

All replies are welcome!

 

InOverMyHead

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Anyone know anyone they might suggest?

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Hi inovermyhead! I am currently managing a new kitchen in Vancouver BC We've been open for only a month. The restaurant concept is very similar. I am far away but maybe I can help you out! We bought the kitchen with equipment but completely changed the layout and brought new equipment in. How big is the kitchen? How big is the walk-in? That's exciting! I am thinking about starting as a consulting chef as I am strong at doing so.

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