Now, you don't have to have all that cash up front. You can put together a business plan and go to a lender and try and get a loan. They will expect you to have some amount of funding already, so even this route requires you to have some cash up front.
Aside from creating your business plan, and obtaining your start-up capital, you'll need to know and meet the state health department rules, regulations and have your food establishment up to code. Also, "Infused" cuisine is also subject to different rules, regulation and codes as set by the state. Both licenses are required to operate and yes, the license themselves cost. They should be renewed so often as well.
I would definitely do my homework on the two .