A decoration that serves a pragmatic purpose that is many times overlooked or taken for granted is tableware. Tableware is what sits with your guests and is an integral part of meals, and redecorating with new tableware can give your restaurant a whole new look.
Like tableware, serveware serves both a pragmatic and aesthetic purpose. Serve portions accurately and efficiently with the right tools for the job. Have a set of serveware available for your restaurant as well as for your catering operations to ensure customer satisfaction both in and out of your establishment.
Specialty items like beer heads, glass filler faucets, and refrigerated prep rails can turn your workflow from cumbersome to smooth operation! Add one or more of these items to focal prep areas in your restaurant to ensure smooth workplace setups.
Storage containers and lids can improve the security and food safety of your products whether they’re being transporting off-site or simply being stored for later use. Available in a variety of sizes and material compositions, there’s the right tupperware container and lid for every need.
The gauge of your stainless steel basically describes the thickness and, thus, durability of the steel itself; the lower the gauge, the thicker the steel!
Like decorating a house, table settings enhance the aesthetics of the location while serving a pragmatic purpose.
Restaurant aesthetics should be both attractive and pragmatic. In fact, a well-designed restaurant will take both of these aspects into consideration. While many look at ‘the bigger picture’, every small detail contributes to the overall aesthetics of the restaurant. Tabletops are just one of the smaller details that need to be considered, as they’ll see a lot of ‘wear and tear’, and your customers will be looking right at them for the duration of their meal.