There’s more than meat-and-three on Executive Chef Michael Rigot’s menu though, like this recipe for shrimp and grits—the #1 seller at Rye—using shrimp from the Carolina coast, and North Carolina-sourced grits and cheddar.
Since Rye opened two years ago, it’s already among the top-three highest-grossing restaurants in Interstate’s portfolio of 85 and helped the Raleigh Marriott City Center win Interstate’s 2016 F&B Operation of the Year.
File this one with your ideas for how to attract guests and locals to your hotel over the Memorial Day holiday. Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa in Gateway, Colorado has announced the inaugural Gateway to Craft Beer, a four-day craft beer-focused event taking place Memorial Day Weekend, May 26-29, 2017. The weekend will offer guests the opportunity to enjoy the resort’s activities and serene location while indulging in craft beer from two of Colorado’s top brewing companies. Dave Thibodeau, owner and founder of Ska Brewing Co., and Matt Thrall, the director of brewing for Left Hand Brewing Co., will share their passion
Geoffrey Sagrans I came across an industry article last week. The first thing that caught my eye was the name of the restaurant, Le Cirque. This New York City institution has been one I’ve been familiar with since entering the industry in the 1980’s. It was a name that not only diners wanted to be associated with but, the people that worked there as well. As I read the article I soon realized that this was not another positive review or star sighting. It was actually an announcement that the New York City landmark was filing for Chapter 11 protection.
Many organizations price bottled wine to meet specific cost percentage objectives. While it might be the easiest way to meet budget objectives, there are a number of problems with this approach. It used to be normal to double or triple the retail price of wine for restaurant menus.
All eyes are on Brent Moss as he mans the charcuterie station and raw bar at Bar Margot. In an upcoming issue of Hotel F&B, we take a look into the success of Bar Margot, an idiosyncratic concept that tempers the potentially stuffy image of the Four Seasons Atlanta to locals.