Topic: Biz idea: members only restaurant chains, like Sams Club or country clubs
Posted by WhyteysSupperClub
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it could be a chain or just a collection of independent restaurants who honor the membership rules.

It could be cheap, maybe $100 per year for a whole family with some coupons and specials to pay it all back.  It would keep the problem people out of the establishment.  It would also have the aura of exclusivity


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what type of restaurants?  Cracker barrel?    pizza hut?  old country buffet?


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. said: what type of restaurants?  Cracker barrel?    pizza hut?  old country buffet?

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We can have low end cheap food or high end steak houses.  Preferably it would be food with local ingredients made by real chefs.


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Koffee Kup Kafe


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WhyteysSupperClub said: it could be a chain or just a collection of independent restaurants who honor the membership rules.

It could be cheap, maybe $100 per year for a whole family with some coupons and specials to pay it all back.  It would keep the problem people out of the establishment.  It would also have the aura of exclusivity

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A social membership at a country club sort of works this way.   The social membership basically just allows you to dine and drink at the club.  No golf or other athletic activities.   You pay  a annual membership fee which could be $2,000 a year in the Flyover or $10,000:a year or more on the coasts.  You also have a monthly minimum spend requirement of $200 or more.

Some clubs have excellent chefs and fine dining.  You just sign your bill and pay once a month.


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IHOP already have a loyalty card.
I get a free endless coffee after 35 visits.

:cletus:


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I have credit down at the lemonade stand
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:fatkid:


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.goldenbear said:
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A social membership at a country club sort of works this way.   The social membership basically just allows you to dine and drink at the club.  No golf or other athletic activities.   You pay  a annual membership fee which could be $2,000 a year in the Flyover or $10,000:a year or more on the coasts.  You also have a monthly minimum spend requirement of $200 or more.

Some clubs have excellent chefs and fine dining.  You just sign your bill and pay once a month.

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I want in.
Does they take ebt?


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the speshul onez wouldn't let Michael Jordan join THEIR country club


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. said: the speshul onez wouldn't let Michael Jordan join THEIR country club

And MJ said he was going to open his own club with no (minions) allowed


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. said: the speshul onez wouldn't let Michael Jordan join THEIR country club

And MJ said he was going to open his own club with no (minions) allowed

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  But of course he forgot all about everything.. except the dinero..


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.goldenbear said:
WhyteysSupperClub said: it could be a chain or just a collection of independent restaurants who honor the membership rules.

It could be cheap, maybe $100 per year for a whole family with some coupons and specials to pay it all back.  It would keep the problem people out of the establishment.  It would also have the aura of exclusivity

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A social membership at a country club sort of works this way.   The social membership basically just allows you to dine and drink at the club.  No golf or other athletic activities.   You pay  a annual membership fee which could be $2,000 a year in the Flyover or $10,000:a year or more on the coasts.  You also have a monthly minimum spend requirement of $200 or more.

Some clubs have excellent chefs and fine dining.  You just sign your bill and pay once a month.

Also, they have reciprocal membership agreements with clubs elsewhere, so your membership in a club in city A will allow you to visit a club in city B.


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any anal reward program? by waitress with huge tits?


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Also, they have reciprocal membership agreements with clubs elsewhere, so your membership in a club in city A will allow you to visit a club in city B.

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Yes, I want this but without the huge golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts.  I have other plans for non-golf social clubs.

I have several options.  One is a nominal fee like Sams Club to keep out the riffraff.  Another is more elite with the need for recommendation letters from members to get in and a probationary period..


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It's been tried and failed outside of major metropolitan areas with Rich people willing to make up for your lack of walk up business.

About the only way you could make it work would be to have one way mirrors where the members can watch the walk up crowd stuff themselves with chicken wings while members eat filet



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