I have a small request for anyone who's interested in helping me out. I hope no one minds that I ask this on the Hotline.
My husband is taking business classes and he's writing the feasibility study for the pub we're in the process of starting. We need people willing to give us a couple minutes of feedback. If you have the time, this is what we need:
1) Read the concept statement of our business
2) Answer the question
3) Write 1-2 sentences of comments/feedback on our concept statement
Please be as honest as possible. We need sincere feedback and criticism if we're going to make our business a success. You can email your response here, if you'd rather not respond on the Hotline: beyondcelery [at] hotmail.com. Thank you so much!
Also: What do you think of the name "Buckwheat Pub"?
Buckwheat Pub will be a brick-and-mortar cafe in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood. It will have a cozy pub atmosphere, serving lunch and dinner with a moderate selection of beer, hard cider, and wine. We will also offer takeout and catering. Everything will be made from scratch in the gluten-free kitchen on site and sold from that location.
Our menu will include a variety of soups, salads, savory pies, baked flat breads, and pasta, as well as a selection of desserts. Everything will be completely gluten-free and peanut-free. We will have both meat and vegetarian/vegan items. We will cultivate a traditional pub atmosphere, where anyone can walk in off the street and get a delicious hearty meal and a pint, whether or not they follow a gluten-free diet. Buckwheat Pub will be a place for everyone that just happens to be completely safe for people with gluten sensitivity or other food allergies.
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