Are you...

  • Dreaming of opening a new restaurant?

  • Planning to open your restaurant?

  • Already in the weeds and working on opening a new restaurant?

  • Opening a new restaurant in Denver, in Colorado or somewhere else in the United States?

If so, you've come to the right place. Angry Olive Consulting is the premiere full-service advisor for privately owned, independent, restaurant, bar, hospitality, and food & beverage concepts, specializing in new restaurant openings. Located in Denver, we have a distinctively Colorado flavor with national reach.

Wanna know more about these pitfalls and a whole world of other ways we can help as you open a new restaurant?  Check out our services page and let’s get to work!  


Working with Andrew and the entire Angry Olive Consulting Team is like earning an MBA in hospitality leadership & operations from an Ivy League school. Once you graduate, your career is in your hands, and you will be set up for the best success possible.

Angry Olive Consulting is a member of the Best Served Creative family of businesses.



Angry Olive Consulting provides full service consulting for restaurant and hospitality projects including innovative programs such as New Restaurant Opening, Core Brand Messaging, Human Resources For The New Restaurant Model, Own Your Business, Own Your Financials, Marketing & Media, and Restaurant Leadership Coaching,

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Angry Olive Consulting has proudly provided services to a wide variety of businesses.  All of these businesses have real people behind them, and they have taken the time to write a few words about the value of Angry Olive Consulting's work.


 As you consider your new restaurant opening journey, here are 4 things to keep in mind:


  1. It is always harder, takes longer and costs more money to open a new restaurant than you think.  If you don't believe this applies to you, you are already losing money. 

  2. The "Industry Standard" is broken and has been for decades.  It's time for an equitable, profitable, sustainable financial model. 

  3. There is not a restaurant labor shortage - there is a restaurant culture issue at mass scale.  The solution is to create “Workplaces Worth Working.”

  4. "You do not rise to the level of your goals; you fall to the level of your systems." - James Clear


 To learn more about our philosophy, check out our blog