Depending on the type of unit you’re purchasing, there are likely a few options in terms of size and capacity available. There are a few ways to categorize the size/capacity of a unit:
Bakeries, cafes, patisseries, and even restaurants with a lot of baked goods can benefit from the incorporation of commercial bakery equipment. There are many categories of applicable equipment as well as types and models within each category that makes certain units better equipped for certain kitchen setups. Here’s a quick rundown of some available options recommended for bakery use by CKitchen.Read More
Any restaurant with a dedicated bar will need to invest in additional equipment specifically designed for the bar area. Many of these units tend to take up less space and are specialized for bartending purposes.Read More
There are three primary types of shelving units, but keep in mind that accessory shelving (like undercounter shelving storage areas for stainless steel tables, for instance) are also available as an accessory to the primary product.
Knowing how to sell and serve your selection of tea can make the difference between merely offering tea to making a profit.Read More
For bakeries, creative desserts are old hat; for restaurants, the story may be quite different. Your chefs should have a well-rounded knowledge of basic cake decorating techniques, tools, and tips.Read More
We’ve all walked into a theater to watch a movie and have spent more money on concessions than the movie tickets themselves. The fact of the matter is that a majority of the profits for theater owners comes from food sales. From drinks to popcorn to nachos and cheese, there are tons of options for theater concession stands to sell.Read More
Espresso drinks require more than a simple pour, and the equipment requires more than simply flipping a switch. Once trained, though, your baristas can utilize your espresso machine to create delicious concoctions that are sure to keep your customers coming back for more.