When we think of classic American steakhouses, words like bold, solid, and rustic come to mind. Few cultures around the world embrace beef like we do, and in order to be successful when serving steaks, operators need to take great care of the details.
Wine is enjoyed in many ways. For some, it's a casual event with good friends at the end of a long week. For others, it might be something to pair with certain types of meats or cheeses. But for the connoisseurs, wine should be studied and analyzed, dissected even, so we can full understand the essence of the grape, the nature of the terroir, and the artistry of the vintner.
For connoisseurs, only the perfect glass will work.
Beverage service is a critical aspect of hospitality. Whether it's room service or mid-day coffee at a business conference, it's the little things that guests will often remember. Keeping beverages hot (or cold) and serving them in visually appealing pots or carafes is a big part of that equation.
If you have Netflix and love food, you may have seen the amazing series called Chef's Table. From episode to episode, we get to travel the globe and spend an hour or so with a single chef. We find out what makes her tick. We see where he got his influences. We delve into the creative process of cooking.
Nothing provides expression to your tabletop like Tassen from FIFTYEIGHT PRODUCTS. This collection of high-grade porcelain comes in many shapes, sizes, and feelings, but the "emojis of foodservice" just became even more expressive with the addition of the laughing bowl and the bite plate.