Are You Ready to Open an Exclusive Pub?

We have some questions you should answer before committing to the change. Read how to do that in our blog.

Should You Get into the Bar Business?

It should go without saying that no one should throw money at something they don’t enjoy, especially bars. Though most people tend to think bars practically pay for themselves, that’s just wishful thinking.

Bars take an insane amount of work.

How to Turn Your Bar into the Next Hot Spot

Everyone loves bar games. Especially when they’re not just your typical beer pong. Originals are fine but adding a twist to them is the way to go.

You don’t have to reinvent the wheel.

Fun Bar Games that Won’t Ruin Your Decor

This is one of those low-risk high-rewards types of deals. Everyone loves Cards Against Humanity, they really aren’t that expensive, and you don’t have to worry about any aspect of this game ruining any part of your bar.

You could host a special Cards Against Humanity night or just have a deck on hand at any time.

Are You Ready to Open an Exclusive Pub?

If you’re selling the exact same thing every bar in town is selling, you won’t be exclusive even if you try. The menu needs to be different, interesting and unique.

Think about the kinds of crowds you want to attract, what they usually like and how you can give them the value they want.

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Are You Ready for the Lifestyle?

So yes, the lifestyle. Your patrons will not be the only ones staying up until the wee hours of the morning. You’ll also need to be on call. That’s not a bad thing if you’re naturally a night owl, but here comes the really bad news, you’ll also need to be available the next morning when your providers call you at 10 a.m.

Everyone loves bar games

Rick & Morty trivia
Likewise, you can set up Mean Girls trivia, Rick & Morty trivia, or even a 90’s inspired trivia. The trick to finding the perfect event is knowing your audience and seeing what interests them.
Do a Special “Night”
Most bars have “Ladies’ night” already, but that’s expected, and frankly, a little boring. If you really want to stand out, you need a different theme. It could be something as simple as a one cent beer night, or as elaborate as having a battle of the bartenders.
Partner Up!
You could sponsor an up-and-coming band, or be the only bar in town that serves a particular craft beer. The idea is that you think of other businesses that could help you out and that you, in turn, could help out.