How to start a bar from scratch in Iceland

You may be wondering what it takes to start your own bar in Iceland.

The answer lies in a combination of practical experience and hard work.

In this guide, we take a look at the basics of how to start and run a bar in a small country with a very limited amount of bars and bars are a great way to start.

1.

How to set up your bar The first step is to set your bar up.

This will help you to make sure your premises are ready to serve the customers.

The first thing you need to do is to get a lease and register your bar.

This is a simple process which you can read more about here.

You can register your establishment here and find out where to get your lease.

After you have registered your bar you can go to the local licensing authority and apply for a license.

If you do not have a license, you will need to apply for one from your municipality.

The bar licence will be issued after you have completed the process.

2.

How many people to employ There are various regulations around the size of your establishment.

The most common is that you will have to have a maximum of five people, and that you have to be at least 21 years old to be employed.

In Iceland, you are allowed to hire up to six people, but only one person can be employed at any one time.

You cannot hire more than five people at one time, and your bar can only have a capacity of 500 people.

The rules are simple, and you should follow them: The maximum number of people is five.

You have to hire one person from each of your four premises, but there is no limit on the number of employees you can have on your premises.

There are different types of employment depending on the type of bar you are planning to operate.

Bar employees are required to be in good health, fit to work and maintain a good appearance.

A bartender is required to have minimum age requirements and to be able to perform the job.

The main difference between a bar and an independent bar is that the former is open to the public and provides a safe and secure environment.

The owner of the bar is the only person who can hire employees.

3.

How much does it cost to start?

The most expensive way to begin your bar is to hire staff.

The cheapest way is to rent equipment.

It is important to remember that you can only hire up the staff you have on hand at one point, and they will be able only for a limited time.

There is no cap on the size or number of staff you can employ.

For example, if you want to hire 100 people, you can hire up 100 people in the first week and then you can bring them down to a minimum of 50 people per week.

The only thing you can’t hire is people who are too drunk to work properly.

If the bar has been in operation for more than a year, the manager can decide if they are fit to operate, and he can make them pay a fine.

The cost of renting equipment varies depending on how many people are on staff and how long they have been working in Iceland before.

You should have your equipment ready by the time you hire staff, so you can get a good idea of how much it costs.

4.

What is a bar?

A bar is a place where customers are allowed into a space.

They usually go in groups of four or more and eat together, drink beer and watch the movies.

If a bar is being run by an independent contractor, the bar will be known as a bar, and will have a different name.

It’s usually a casual, bar or restaurant, with the owners or staff working in the kitchen.

It can also be a bar with a bar staff, and the bar can also have a bar manager.

You do not need a bar licence if you are operating as a restaurant or a bar.

5.

What kind of food can I serve?

Bar food usually includes the following items: fish, chips, bread, cheese, meats, salads, soups and stews.

However, you cannot serve alcohol.

The best way to serve food is to have it ready and waiting for customers before you bring it out.

6.

What’s the best time to open a bar for people?

If you are opening a bar yourself, the best times to open are when there are fewer people around to wait.

The opening hours should be: Tuesday to Friday: 11:00am to 5:00pm