We are finding that our food costs are running 35-45% depending on volume. Labor is killing us also. We try to keep it as low as possible. We go over our numbers every two weeks, just to keep it under control. We found that as we get more sales our food costs go down. Like PorkQPine said you will see your costs go down as sales grow. When we have good sales our food costs drop to around 30%.
Team: Pyle's BBQ; Good-One "Trail Boss" 60T; Homemade rig; 22" Weber Kettle w/rotisserie ring; Big A$$ Rotisserie; BGE-Small; Weber Kettle Gold, Weber OTS, New Braunfels offset smoker.
Saddles BBQ Bistro