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It’s breakfast time, America, and it’s a new day for restaurant owners, caterers, chefs, and the food industry. Responding to consumer demand, the global breakfast and brunch markets are expected to grow exponentially. Attributed in part to rising concerns for healthy diet, breakfast is once again being promoted as the most important meal of the day.
Rooftop bars have taken al fresco dining to new, previously unthinkable heights, changing the face of global skylines and revolutionizing the landscape of the food-and-beverage industry. Surging in popularity, especially among millennials, rooftop bars and restaurants are appearing everywhere – in major cities across the United States (New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington, D.C.) and as far away as London, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Bangkok, and Beijing.
Attention All Restaurateurs: If you are interested in the latest food-and-beverage news and want to stay up-to-date with what’s new in the industry, you have come to the right place. Except that what’s making headlines these days is not only what’s on the menu – rather, what’s causing quite a stir and generating a cauldron of excitement is groundbreaking restaurant technology in the form of artificial intelligence and voice ordering.
If you work in foodservice and are looking for ways to rise above the competition, invest in personalized guest experiences. One of the latest buzz words in the biz, savvy restaurant owners, catering service operators, bakery and bar owners are pulling out all the stops to customize their menus for consumers and make them feel like they matter.
The 2019 catering trends have emerged, and if you like the flavor of ‘taste menus’ that allow you to sample a little bit of this and a little bit of that, you’re going to love what’s on the table in foodservice for the year ahead. From futuristic culinary masterpieces that delight consumers who are hungry for new, innovative dishes, to full inventories of ancient spices and grains that date back to the Stone Age, there is plenty of variety for your chefs to sink their teeth into.
In our recent article, “Restaurant Robotics Are Here to Stay,” we talked about the dawn of the robot age and whether robots entering the food industry meant that people (waiters, chefs, bartenders) were on their way out. We concluded that only time would tell but urged restaurant owners to continue to follow automation trends while acknowledging that the human element was unlikely to be eliminated altogether.