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    Minimum dimensions for a coffee shop

    I am considering a space with the following dimensions:

    15'4 x 65'

    How can I make it work?

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    long and narrow. It depends on your menu and therefore your counter/kitchen/prep area requirement
    You want cream and sugar?
    NO COFFEE FOR YOU! NEXT!

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    Long and narrow... It can work!


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    beautiful...that is some gelato case.
    You want cream and sugar?
    NO COFFEE FOR YOU! NEXT!

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    Good eye Pug....

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    Minimum dimensions for a coffee shop

    Thank you for your feedback.
    Where can I find more info about layouts for coffee shops?

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    If you are looking for long and narrow, here is long and narrow.


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    Professional advice

    Plese reply to this message only if you are contributing with a professional advice.

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    Professional advice

    Please

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    Re: Minimum dimensions for a coffee shop

    Quote Originally Posted by marcshia
    Where can I find more info about layouts for coffee shops?
    There are a few cafe design books out there, and there a a few designing firms out there just google coffeehouse design or go to amazon and search cafe design. But the truth of the matter is you have to have a menu first. Once you have a menu, you need to project (guess) your business volume. Once you know these, you then look for equipment that will fit your need. Once you know the equipment you will know the space you need. You then design the counter that will put all equipment you need to serve what is on your menu. For lay out purpose, you need to have safe but maximum work flow efficiency behind the counter, so your staff serving the most people with the least amount of wasted step. And you need good customers traffic flow, so when you have line out the door, your customers are not tripping over each other with hot coffee.
    You want cream and sugar?
    NO COFFEE FOR YOU! NEXT!

 

 
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