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5 food and drink trends taking up permanent residence in hotels

As hotel restaurants and bars bounce back from the pandemic, F&B teams are changing the guest experience in step with changing expectations.

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Chef Jose Garces shares past surprises and future plans

The Iron Chef and multi-concept restaurateur welcomes a return to normalcy as he plots his next act.

Drinkers who overindulged during the holidays and the growing ranks of sober-curious consumers are gravitating toward alcohol-free cocktails this month.

The multi-media lifestyle guru is slated to open her first full-service restaurant, The Bedford by Martha Stewart, in Las Vegas this spring.

Restaurant and hotel brands, professional trendologists, industry groups and food companies are all having a say in what the next year will bring. We culled through the reports to find the common threads.

Unique ingredients, artisanal sourcing and creative presentations are taking the traditional meat-and-cheese board to the next level.

Chicago-based 2ndKitchen connects local restaurants to other businesses that want to offer foodservice.

Chicago’s Selina targets remote workers and millennial/Gen Z travelers with its plant-forward menu items and zero-alcohol drinks.

Top trends that emerged over the last year continue to drive menu innovation and service at the hotel chain.

21 of top 25 hotel markets in depression or recession, reports the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

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