According to a recent article in Lodging magazine, shifts in revenue and expenses will positively impact hotel food and beverage profits into the future.
Is your operation using the correct terminology when it comes to tea service? Many hotels, restaurants, and tea rooms use the term "high tea" when they actually mean to refer to afternoon tea. Let's take a look at the basic definitions of each, and how you can use them to properly promote your tea offerings.
Offering an afternoon tea service is the perfect time to capitalize on an otherwise quiet period during hotel dining. The majority of Americans eat lunch between noon and 2pm and have dinner between 6pm and 8pm. But how do you fill in the gap?