Cameron Mitchell Restaurants recently recognized several managers, chefs, associates and restaurants for their outstanding performance in 2018. The awards were presented at the company’s 25th annual Leadership Conference, which was held earlier this month in Sonoma, California.
Cotton Patch Cafe celebrates its Southern roots as it embarks on its annual Chicken Fried Road Trip through October 26, featuring daily specials of hand-breaded, deep-fried country classics and new Southern delights.
Taste of Atlanta, the city’s award-winning food, craft beer, wine and spirits festival showcasing the local restaurant scene, announced details for the 4th Annual Best Sommelier Competition and 10th Annual Taste of Atlanta Barcraft Celebration.
Bolsa, a Dallas pioneer of the city’s farm-to-table food and craft cocktail movement, marks the occasion of its 10th anniversary with a party that welcomes back former chefs and bartenders on Sunday, September 23 at 6 pm to “when the booze run out.
Oktoberfest at both of the Wirtshaus team’s restaurants and beer gardens—Wirtshaus and Rasselbock—will commence on September 22, with the celebration running through Saturday, October 27. Oktoberfest activities at both venues offer SoCal residents and visitors in Mid-City/Hollywood and Long Beach, a cover charge-free way to revel in the lengthy German holiday: there are NO cover charges to celebrate at either of the restaurant and bar locations.
US Foods Holding Corp. announced that its popular panel discussion series, Talk Shop Live!, is returning this fall. The series is designed to help restaurant operators “Make It” by bringing together a diverse group of experts to share honest thoughts on culinary, social, cultural and economic factors in the food industry.
In celebration of two significant milestones, Morton’s The Steakhouse and The Mondavi Family have joined forces for A Taste of Two Legends, a once-in-a-lifetime event commemorating the legendary steakhouse’s 40th anniversary and the 75th anniversary of the renowned wine-making family’s legacy in Napa Valley.
Margins in this industry are tight, and, to help boost the bottom line, restaurants need to get creative. Events—participating in and putting them on—are a great way to give guests reason to walk in the door, whether it be for a grandparent’s birthday party, a blind wine tasting, or to support a local charity.
Nine-year-old Jangel Sedano, a 4th grader at Magnolia Elementary School, is a young chef who is passionate about teaching kids to cook, eat healthy and move away from junk food. After attending a Children's Bureau/Food Marketing Coalition meeting with his mom, he realized that unhealthy food habits had taken their toll on those around him, including his young neighbor who was overweight and obese.
Very few restaurant concepts have the staying power to celebrate even a decade of service. This September, Dallas’ own El Fenix Mexican Restaurant is turning 100!To celebrate, the originator of Tex-Mex, is throwing an epic birthday party on Thursday, Sept.
In honor of the 72nd birthday of legendary rock icon, Freddie Mercury, Hard Rock Cafes globally will host “Freddie for a Day” celebrations. The one-day event brings Freddie fans and staff together to honor the musician’s life and legacy, while raising awareness and funds for the Mercury Phoenix Trust.
This back-to-school season, millions of students in the United States will hit the books lacking an essential school supply—healthy food. No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America, is coming together with more than 15,000 restaurants and their guests to help the 1 in 6 children in America living with hunger.
One of Chicago’s most exciting, “hidden gem” culinary events of the year, Kouzina, a “Twist on the Classics,” hosted by the National Hellenic Museum (NHM), 333 S. Halsted St., is returning on Thursday, November 1 from 6:30 p.
The Howard Hughes Corporation unveiled the Seaport Food Lab 2018 Lineup presented by Chase Sapphire. The Seaport Food Lab—the Seaport District’s experiential hub for today’s leading culinary visionaries—celebrates its second year by bringing female creativity to the forefront.
Tastemakers from across the country joined James Beard Foundation (JBF) CEO Clare Reichenbach last night at the James Beard House to kick off the Foundation’s 2018 Taste America. Spanning six weeks from September 28 to November 17, the sixth annual traveling series will bring unique dining and educational programs to ten culinary destinations across the country.