Archive for Food Service News

The Mindful Plate:<br/> A Look at Best Culinary Safety Practices at Museums

The Mindful Plate:
A Look at Best Culinary Safety Practices at Museums

October 30, 2010 No Comments

While a few museums in the United States operate their own restaurants and catering services, most outsource the job to professionals who take on the responsibility of creating, managing, displaying, distributing and removing food and beverages for special events. For those catering companies who do operate in museums like this one, working offsite can be […]

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Food Line Speed:
Keeping Guests Focused on the Meal, Not the Wait

October 30, 2010 No Comments

For amusement park guests, standing in the food line is probably not the best part of the day. But a combination of serving methods, equipment and staff training can usher guests through the line at optimum speed. Amidst so much excitement and fun, decision making may not be a strong point many guests bring to […]

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A Taste of the Past

A Taste of the Past

September 15, 2010 No Comments

Food Programs Enjoy Growing Popularity at Living History Museums

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FECs Turn Up the Heat to Serve Patrons’ Favorite Foods

September 15, 2010 No Comments

Families, even knee deep in a recession, know that they get more bang for the buck by combining a weekly night out to eat with inexpensive out-of-home entertainment at a family entertainment center. As reliable as these venues have become, for groups as well as family outings, so must the food they serve be reliably […]

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Laser Tag and Food Service: <br />Something to Chew Over

Laser Tag and Food Service:
Something to Chew Over

September 15, 2010 No Comments

Players in your laser tag arena have just spent the last 12 minutes zapping each other in the most exciting game of their lives. Many of these players have played at least one game so far and now the hunger pains are kicking in. What does your facility have to offer in the way of […]

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Making Magic of Dining: <br />The Wizarding World of Harry Potter’s Three Broomsticks Restaurant

Making Magic of Dining:
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter’s Three Broomsticks Restaurant

August 1, 2010 No Comments

Even a wizard like Harry Potter needs a good meal now and then.   The same holds true for the numerous Harry Potter fans that are descending on Orlando this summer following the grand opening of Universal Orlando Resort’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter. With the Wizarding World reportedly being one of the industry’s most […]

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Arenas and Stadiums: <br />Why the Old Ball Game Is Serving Up New Menu Choices

Arenas and Stadiums:
Why the Old Ball Game Is Serving Up New Menu Choices

August 1, 2010 No Comments

You are decked out in the colors of your favorite sports team.  The roar of the crowd sends shivers of excitement down your spine.  As you cheer on your team, the aroma of popcorn fills the air and you sink your teeth into a delicious hot dog.  While your team may not always be dependable, […]

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Ovens and Fryers: Best Food Equipment Practices at Family Entertainment Centers

June 1, 2010 No Comments

A little foresight goes a long way in buying and maintaining ovens and fryers to serve up scrumptious food for the lively guests of the family entertainment center environment. According to Joe Guido, catering manager for Calypso’s Cove, Old Forge, N.Y., “It definitely helps to know what you’re going to use the equipment for and […]

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The Critical Role of Concession Signage at Zoos and Aquariums

The Critical Role of Concession Signage at Zoos and Aquariums

June 1, 2010 No Comments

Seeing the animals may be the first priority of a visitor at a zoo or aquarium, but the second priority is always food.  Food managers and directors use creative signage to show off their menus and bring visitors to the snack stands, restaurants and cafes.  At the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Café Scuba welcomes […]

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The Role of Entertainment in Cultural Institutions

The Role of Entertainment in Cultural Institutions

April 28, 2010 No Comments

The marriage of entertainment and education has been given the general term “Edutainment” – but has had to fight to prove its value in a sector that is incredibly reticent to embrace anything that they see as dumbing down or trivializing the process of learning. In out-of-home, the international “Edutainment” sector covers one of the […]

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