Food & Beverage
With a new wave of restaurants and properties featuring food-forward venues, San Diego is getting serious about its dining scene.
I would have asked/presented the food and beverage question presented in the 2019 Meetings Today Trends Survey differently … about the needs (versus wants) participants have. Especially when it comes to life-threatening allergies and religious restrictions. I asked the following people, listed alphabetically, to review the responses from the trends survey question and comment.
Meeting planners in the Meetings Today Market Trends Survey respond as to what F&B preferences and requirements they are seeing.
Puerto Rico may have had a massive setback following the disastrous Hurricane Maria in September 2017, but its comeback has been just as colossal, both from an infrastructure perspective and a cultural standpoint.
Meetings Today’s Tyler Davidson talks with Thrive! Meetings & Events’ Tracy Stuckrath about what planners need to know about F&B preferences, restrictions and how to make sure attendees who have allergies are protected. Stuckrath is the foremost group F&B food allergy expert in the industry.
The meetings infrastructure in Oklahoma is leveling up with major convention center and hotel expansions in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Meanwhile, Oklahoma's growing food scene provides an abundance of group dining and culinary teambuilding opportunities. Following are some delicious ideas for groups.
Groups heading to Alabama can count on all manner of Southern comfort, including hospitality, cozy accommodations, meeting space that encourages productivity and, of course, some of the most delicious food and beverages in the country.
Omni Hotels & Resorts is making it easy to indulge this holiday season with Cookie Cocktails, part of the brand’s month-long Omni Originals culinary series. These cookie-turned-cocktails are bound to spread holiday cheer at properties across the country and will showcase recipes from select chefs.
Delaware may be the second smallest state in the country, but it’s big on flavor. From steamed crab and fresh-caught fish to farm-fresh ice cream and saltwater taffy, there is plenty to tempt the group’s collective palate throughout the state.
Want to impress your friends and family with your cooking skills for Thanksgiving? Check out our list of featured recipes we’ve gathered from some of the top chefs in the hospitality and meetings industry! Compile your shopping list, gather your ingredients and put on your apron, because that Thanksgiving meal ain’t gonna to cook itself! Below are just a few of our favorite side dish ideas for the big occasion.