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What is the proper food, labor, wine, beer, and liquor cost in a fine dinning restaurant?

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Asked by bar8484 Wednesday Feb 2nd 2011 in Learning Tips
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That is a really complex question, and one that I can't really answer without a whole lot more information. Food and beverage prices at restaurants vary depending on a variety of variables, such as locations, type of food, the level of knowledge of the chefs, and so much more.

Prices at restaurants are like snowflakes, no two are going to be the same. It will be something that will be determined with the consideration of many variables.

Now, if you are looking to get your foot into the door of the hospitality industry, let me suggest that you take a look at this list of Online Hospitality and Tourism Degrees.

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