Anne Ladd, director of tabletop and merchandising at TriMark SS Kemp, Cleveland shares her expertise.
While operators may have a good sense of glassware styles their businesses need, they should weigh several other factors when specifying these items.
Glassware can help tailor a tabletop presentation to be a unique, personal experience for customers. Unlike dinnerware, where food takes precedence, in this category, it’s as much about the glass as it is about the beverage it holds.
This barware line is suitable for use in making both classic libations and creative cocktails. Products include shakers in different sizes, finishes and colors; bar spoons in an assortment of lengths; measuring tools; strainers; ice tools; muddlers; knives; garnishing tools; peelers; and serving tools, such as stainless steel cocktail picks, metal straws and tongs.
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