The profitability of many restaurants are hit or miss until they begin to franchise and scale. Once a restaurant has demonstrated its profitability, it may then franchise, which is usually the point at which investors really start to see a substantial return on investment. Therefore, most investors in the restaurant industry (aside from private investors) are looking for a business model that may be scaled and replicated relatively easily. However, this is not always the case if you are building a very large restaurant in a premium location, in which case private equity investors generally review the investment in-itself. This article will help you to understand what to include in a restaurant pitch deck and how to structure it in a way investors are receptive to.