Americans consume so much pizza that it’s alarming, but hey what can we say—we love pizza! Pizza is so popular that it’s hard not to find a pizza shop on every corner, but we want to help you differentiate yours from everyone else’s. If you’re thinking about opening a pizza shop, you first priority should be coming up with an appetizing recipe, and then what types of pizza you want to have on your menu. Here are some things to consider when opening a pizzeria:
Create Your Own
As we mentioned earlier, pizza shops are on every corner, so you need to set your pizzeria apart by making sure your pizza tastes unique and great! When experimenting with different pizza recipes, make sure to write everything down so as not to forget, and to make sure you’re using fresh ingredients. You don’t want to be serving a super greasy pizza!
Style of Service
Do you want your pizzeria to be a grab and go kind of place, or a sit down and fine dine place? Sit down restaurants allow you to communicate and convey your brand the way you want to. Grab and go, or takeout options, on the other hand, are less expensive because you’re not taking on equipment cost for tables, silverware, etc.
Location, Location, Location!
You want to choose a location that ensures you’re not competing against five other pizzerias! Try to find a place that is lacking the typical neighborhood pizza joint. If you have to choose a location in close proximity to tons of other pizzerias, you need to make sure your restaurant has identifiable and differentiable aspects to it.
Nowadays, pizza is around every corner and you need to find a way to make your place stand out among the crowd!