March 27, 2014
Designing Equipment: How One Consultant Works with Manufacturers
While many foodservice consultants specify pieces of equipment, few actually have the opportunity to aid in designing equipment. One foodservice consultant who often assists manufacturers in developing equipment items shares the lessons she’s learned over the years that can help designers make informed specifications.
Hiring Staff for a Sustainable Kitchen
With Nardin Academy’s sustainable foodservice strategy in place, next up was recruiting and training the staff to execute the plan. Here consultant Greg Christian discusses the hiring and training processes that Nardin Academy followed.
How A Minimum Wage Increase Could Impact Foodservice Design
While economists and politicians continue to debate the impact a minimum wage increase will have on businesses, members of the foodservice industry are better served minding their P’s by focusing on processes, procedures, people, products and platforms, writes consultant Juan Martinez.
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FE&S Names Facility Design Project of the Year: FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar
Foodservice Equipment and Supplies has named FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar at Radisson Blu, Mall of America, Bloomington, Minn., its 2014 Facility Design Project of the Year. FE&S will recognize the design team for this project during its 2014 Dealer of the Year and Industry Awards Gala, which takes place May 17 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago.
Facility Design Project of the Month: NYY Steak in New York City
A high-rise bank building repurposed into a premier steakhouse positions foodservice on multiple levels and pays homage to this renowned baseball team’s history and culture.
Back at the Ranch: The Bonanza/Ponderosa Brand Refresh
Along with sister chain Ponderosa Steakhouse, which hits the 50-year milestone next year, Bonanza is being rebranded and refreshed for a new generation — one increasingly less likely to know or identify with the TV show, its characters or the Old West themes on which it and Ponderosa were built.