Curated by CLAI
PROFIT OF a $22 COCKTAIL: With profit between 15% and 25%, it turns out cocktails are not highway robbery (maybe).
- The cost of the pour should ring up at no more than 25% of the price of the cocktail.
- 50% to 60% of what you’re paying goes toward labor, keeping the lights on and the rent paid, and spillage — a term that encompasses testing as well as, yes, actual sloppiness, inevitable on busy nights.
Charted Cheese Wheel: A charting of 65 cheeses, broken down by the animal and texture, ranging from the mild to the stinky and from the rock hard to the silky smooth.