As we watch the country’s foodservice industry jolt back to life at a startling pace, operators are rushing to serve American consumers coming out of hibernation. A little cacophony, a little chaos - a busy dining room. Forks tinkling on porcelain, champagne bottles popping, and loud, unmasked chatter. It sounds like people spending money again.
We know that captivating your audience has never been more difficult. With a nationwide switch to grab-and-go, operators are seeking out displays that bring the presentation to the forefront.
When it comes to sourcing china, glass and silver, it’s safe to say that the tables have turned.
If you’re looking to reassess the energy consumption of your kitchen, you’re not alone. Singer Equipment Company has an impressive portfolio of Pitco fryers in stock so you can make the decision that’s right for your business—and the planet—today.
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With outdoor dining extended permanently in New York City and beyond, restaurateurs are looking for creative menu solutions that travel to the patio and palate naturally. With these lovely oven-to-table solutions, you can keep your hot food hot for as long as possible, while also creating a memorable and showstopping presentation for your guests.
It all started with a microwave. Let’s be clear, since we’re not talking about just one microwave, but the supply chain of microwave ovens in the United States. In April 2020, the circuit boards that power microwaves were suddenly no longer available.
You might be wondering if having mobile equipment in your kitchen is right for your operation. In any commercial kitchen, flexibility is important. We’re seeing requests for modular equipment layouts to address a need for service that is constantly changing.
If one word is trending in the world of foodservice equipment, it’s ‘ventless’. With the astronomic rise of ghost kitchens, operators are working inside new and different spaces. Flexibility is key. Ventless equipment has become popular for a number of reasons,” explains Eugene Beniaminson, Lead Equipment Specialist for Singer Equipment Company. “It has allowed operators to perform cooking functions without the use of a traditional ventilation, making it easier and less costly to setup and operate a foodservice establishment in certain areas of the country.
Keeping guests comfortable is always a priority, so it’s no surprise to see a surge of interest in hot drinks this time of year—and we’re not just talking about our morning coffee rituals! Beverage programs nationwide have adapted creative spins on classic drinks that taste good with a little heat. These cozy cocktails wouldn’t be possible without the proper packaging, presentation and equipment, all available through Singer Equipment Company.
We love seeing the creative packaging ideas that our customers come up with. One adaptation we’re particularly impressed by is the the retro return of the gold foil pan. Reminiscent of a cozy TV dinner, these containers are easily transportable and oven-safe, making them the perfect adoption in a new takeout or delivery menu. It’s still foil, so it has the strength and durability you need for safely sealed service, but a golden interior sheds a bit of style to match your menu. Give your customers an easy set-up: foil pans are transferrable straight from the oven to the table.
The transition to outdoor dining isn’t easy for operators, and neither is the switch to unbreakable dinnerware, especially if you’re used to plating and serving in stoneware or porcelain. Greenovations by Elite Global Solutions is the perfect answer to your dinnerware woes.