Try looking at your local business college. I’m a restaurant consultant and have owned 2 in the past. If you really want it to be successful, open the books and teach a student how to run the business. Pay an hourly wage plus commission on NET profit, inventory loss reduction and sales increases. I have taken young students in the past and turned them into great restaurant managers. Remember though, there are no GOOD restaraunt managers only bad and great. You’ll know quickly if someone has the gumption to do the job. Keep tight controls on inventory and money and you can make it work. Be advised that you need to spend a lot of time in the front end to make sure the work is being done to your standards. Good luck.