What does a small bar in New York and a big nightclub Las Vegas have to offer as sound ideas for your bar and nightclub business plan? Namely, party booths in the one and taking it back to old fashion basics at the other. Here are some recaps in Nightclub & Bar Magazine and how it might benefit your operation: If Mom Only Knew (New York): “The most marked differences are the lack of pretention – customers from all walks of life intermingle happily at ImoK – and the significantly lowered drink prices. “We don’t take ourselves so seriously,” explains Marcus Bifaro, the owner of the venue. “We’re not about bottle service, celebrities and being elite. We want everyone from old-school hip-hop fans to serious cocktail aficionados. We just want to create a fun time for people where they can let loose and be themselves.” Read more on getting a high return as part of a bar and nightclub business plan in a venue with only 900 square feet and 75 persons capacity. RPM Nightclub (Las Vegas): “RPM Nightclub at the all-new Tropicana Las Vegas kicks off its Grand Opening festivities while introducing the next generation of nightlife onto the Las Vegas landscape.” In addition to its new visual, sound and lighting effects, the additional 15 party booths are the real features that will help nightclub management deliver higher bottle service sales. Need other creative input to boost your night club and bar business in the New Year? Join this nightclub operations expert and others at Nightclub & Bar Magazine’s Convention and Trade Show on March 12 to 14, 2012 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. There will be plenty of fresh ideas, new concepts and party venues to learn from while you explore. Or, if you need some immediate help with your bar and nightclub business plan, please submit a request below. One of our consultants will contact you soon. Happy New Year!