Restaurant servers make anywhere from $1000-4500 a month depending on the type of restaurant (Bar-type, fancy restaurant, chain restaurants) They typically earn about $90-250 per night in tips plus an additional $3-11 an hour in wages. So depending on how much you are able/willing to work, you could be making plenty of money.
Most restaurant owners make upwards of $100,000 if their restaurant is popular.
Depending on the location, a Wendy's restaurant can make over a million dollars a year. However, not all Wendy's make that much a year.
The amount of money that fancy restaurants make per year depend on how many people eat at the restaurant. The cleanliness and friendliness of the restaurant and staff will affect the amount of money a restaurant makes.
Restaurant general managers' duties are payroll, accounting, and maintain the restaurant budget. Restaurant general managers average a salary of $49,000 per year.
Sushi restaurants can make a lot of money in a year. Sushi restaurants in Japan make more than in the US.
The 2011 survey from StarChefs, reporting 2010 salaries, reported an average income of $79,222 per year for restaurant chef/owners.
it depend s on your relationship with some one
I am an Asst Mgr in Oklahoma City for a fast food Restaurant and I make 37,000 a year
A restaurant consultant working in New Jersey makes an average of $47,000 per year. The average annual salary for a restaurant consultant in the United States is $43,000.
It varies a great deal but usually a low end manager will make 35-40,000 a year, a decent manager will make about 50-60,000 a year and a General Manager of a good restaurant will make 60-100,000 including bonus.......
The average salary for an assistant general manager of a restaurant is approximately 40,000.00 per year. This can vary greatly depending on the type of restaurant one works in.
7.oo - 10.oo dollars
Need to be much more specific since it depends on the type of restaurant, location, time of the year, etc.
About 40/45 k a year like any other fast food restaurant.
anywere from a 500k (center) to 17m (quterback) / (wide out)
A kitchen manager at the restaurant, The Melting Pot makes approximately $38,000 per year. The exact amount will depend upon their experience and skills level.
Previous answer was answering a question with a question. There is, however, no simple answer here. It depends on a variety of factors including geographical location and the type of restaurant. Take McDonald's, for example. Technically a restaurant, but their cooks make minimum wage - as opposed to a fine dining restaurant at a resort where the cooks might make upwards of $15-16 per hour. Servers make a minimum wage of between $2 and $5 per hour, depending on the state. They make, at the very least, minimum wage, and usually average $15 to $25 per hour, or more, when you factor in their tips. Assistant managers and General managers generally make above $50,000 per year at an average sit-down restaurant. Location, type of restaurant, experience, and a number of other things will come into play, so do your homework before that interview!
They would earn about $37,000 a year.
It really does depend on where the restaurant is, how big it is, how many customers it has, what the profit margin on its food is, and what its fixed and variable costs are. If you've got a few spare millions, put a new restaurant in a place with high demand but little or no supply. You should make a fortune!
A restaurant owner earns a percentage of the gross, and losses typically directly affect the owners income unless they choose a fixed salary. With a fixed salary, profits remain with the business. A restaurant owner can make anywhere from nothing (very common for restaurants to fail completely) to more than $400,000 for a major established restaurant.
At Restaurant Depot, a sales representative makes $9 per hour. Those who have stayed with the company for more than 1 year makes $11 per hour.