Food & Beverage
Get your team feeling energized and cooking like a celebrity chef in under 60 minutes by enlisting the virtual cooking skills of chef Ryan DePersio. Read more.
Wolfgang Puck Catering offers potential low-risk solutions for dining at events in the age of COVID-19 and social distancing. Read more.
Historically, women have been left behind in the male-dominated culinary industry—but no longer, especially in Las Vegas, whose female culinary leaders bring serious dimension to menus. Read about the stories behind their success and options for group dining.
What will the meetings and events F&B experience look like after the COVID-19 shutdown ends? Meetings Today’s Tyler Davidson sat down with Mary Cline, regional director, catering sales-East Coast for Wolfgang Puck Catering to get an idea of what the meetings cuisine scene will look like when we all start meeting face-to-face again.
Rosen Shingle Creek Executive Chef Jorge Oliveira relishes the independence working for Orlando independent hotel icon Harris Rosen affords, and also shares his thoughts on what hotel F&B may be like following the COVID-19 shut down. Read more.
These event-ready old school classics, resort ristorantes and world-class pizzerias showcase Las Vegas’ historic love affair with Italian food. Read more.
Mouthwatering barbecue and abundant craft brews are some of the must-try food and drink of Missouri’s two largest cities.
From food tours to interactive classes, here are some of the best ways groups can take advantage of Palm Beach and Treasure Coast’s diverse cuisine.
As Providence weathers the COVID-19 crisis, its celebrated, group-ready restaurants should stay top of meeting planners’ minds for future bookings. Read more.
Plant-based and vegan cuisine is a “growing” trend in meetings and events catering. See how Victor Miguel, executive chef at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, is serving this clientele with a variety of cuisine options and substitutions.