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September 27, 2018

Top 10 U.S. Cities for Restaurant Expansion

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You already own a restaurant and it turned out to be a success. Your next goal is to expand and you're considering different locations. Do you want to expand locally? Or do you want to take it up a notch and open in a different state? And if so, which locations should you consider? New studies show there are 10 U.S. cities you'll want to explore. Let's take a look.

Midwest for the Win

If you're from or own a restaurant in the west, there's a chance Oklahoma City might not sound appealing at the slightest. But numbers don't lie, folks. Oklahoma City was named as one of the top cities for job growth and companies are said to have a higher survival rate. Here are other options.

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Photo Source: The Restaurant Business

 

Breaking the Bank 

California might have everything you could ever dream of, the beach, perfect weather, popular tourist spots, and beautiful cities. Unfortunately, there's a higher chance of your restaurant struggling in the sunny state. 

According to Restaurant Business, It was found that three of the worst cities in which to open a restaurant which was based on high labor costs, included three areas of California: San Jose, Irvine and Fremont. 

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Photo Source: The Restaurant Business

 

Other Data to Consider

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Photo Source: The Wallet Hub

 

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 Photo Source: Business.org

 

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