Tell Your Story. Knowing your story creates a unique context for the menu and the environment for guests. It adds to a personal experience when guests know a little something more.
What history informs the craft brewing process? Where did the chef first taste yuzu? Is your signature Tiki cocktail inspired by a trip to Hawaii? Select tabletop products that add detail and depth to the tale. Guests will surely share the narrative, earning your establishment memorable reviews.
Mission. People want to make a difference and get behind causes they believe in. Let guests know what’s at the heart of your establishment by bringing it to life on your menu and at the table. The right dinnerware and glassware can reflect and enhance your mission to your guests.
Committed to locally sourced produce? Secure ingredients from fair trade vendors? Aiming to shift portions from protein to plant-based? Focus on using it all – whether it’s nose-to-tail or root-to-stalk? Present your farm-fresh menu with rustic dinnerware to enhance your statement. And, don’t forget to highlight your local producers on your menu and tell their tale.
Methods. Charred, malted, smoked or pickled, guests are intrigued by professional culinary methods. Choose tabletop products that express the detailed execution used to make the cuisine.
Citing professional methods to create fine cuisine communicates the time, precision, care and professionalism that go into your food and beverage experience. Highlight your craftsmanship using statement-making tableware and glassware that reflect your mastery.
Do you forage for local greens? Serve them on Faux Wood slices. Honoring historic southern culinary traditions? Present desserts or cocktails in etched Julep cups.
Claim what’s unique and embed it throughout the establishment from the menu to the tabletop. Clearly connect the experience of your establishment’s brand to your guests’ experience. It’s one of the things that keep them coming back for more.