Recent news from the beverage world... from sushi wine from australia to flavours in everything
The second in our series on waiter training focuses on beverages.
Maybe now is the time to give your customers less rather than more?
Coca-Cola's 100-Flavor Interactive Freestyle Soda Fountain in Action
From popular mainstream brews to crafts and imported specialty beers, a beer menu should offer quality and quantity.
Take this list and apply these 20 steps to organize a “food cost fitness program” in your restaurant, and your business will be ahead of the competition.
Global Beverage Enterprises Inc. released Mr. Q Cumber, a sparkling cucumber beverage.
In certain parts of Australia the pull of coffee is so great it's moved from being a beverage to become a way of life.
Missoni for S Pellegrino
simple ice chilling innovation
It’s hard to imagine that an herb once used for embalming fluid, to repel insects and protect against evil spirits has become all the rage in the food world.
Should you want to channel your inner bartender, the Absolut ‘Drinkspiration’ app for your iPad is an easy and fun application to use to mix your favorite drinks. The recently released app gives step-by-step instructions to mix the best Cosmopolitan, Mojito and many more.
In forecasting what changes may lie ahead, Chicago-based market research firm Technomic Inc. identified 11 restaurant industry trends for 2011, heading the list is adult beverage developments.
US restaurant association sees Local sourcing of ingredients, healthy children’s meals, sustainable seafood and gluten-free cuisine will be the hottest trends on restaurant menus in 2011,in the annual “What’s Hot" survey of more than 1,500 professional chefs.