fast food restaurant sample business planLooking for a free, downloadable restaurant sample business plan Word doc or PDF? Look no further. This particular plan was created for a fast food restaurant, but keep in mind that you don’t need to find a sample business plan that exactly matches your business for it to be useful. 

Are you opening a steak restaurant or a vegan cafe? Are you aiming for a fast food spot or a fine dining experience? Depending on the type of restaurant you’re starting, the details you include in your plan will be different, but the sections you’ll include will likely be the same. To get the most out of this sample plan, edit and customize it so it fits your particular company. 

No two businesses are alike, so take the time to create your own restaurant sales forecasts and to do the market research your eatery will need to be successful. 

What’s included in a restaurant business plan?

Your restaurant’s business plan doesn’t need to be hundreds of pages—keep it as short and concise as you can. You’ll probably want to include each of these sections: executive summary, company summary, products, market analysis, strategy and implementation, marketing plan, management team, financial plan, and appendix. 

Here’s an example of a restaurant business plan outline: 

Fast Food Restaurant Sample Business Plan

Download this free fast food restaurant sample business plan PDF or editable Word doc right now, or visit Bplans’ gallery of more than 500 sample business plans if you’re looking for more options.

There are plenty of reasons entrepreneurs and small business owners benefit from writing a business plan—you’ll need one if you’re seeking a loan or investment. Even if you’re not seeking funding, the process of thinking through every aspect of your business will help you make sure you’re not overlooking anything critical as you grow.

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