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Guests Test Homewood’s Home-Cooked Meals

Guests Test Homewood’s Home-Cooked Meals

In an attempt to further enhance its extended-stay program, Homewood Suites by Hilton recently launched a pilot project with new partner PeachDish, a meal kit delivery service. Through the “Home Cooked Meals” program, guests at Dallas and Atlanta properties will ...

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Burgeoning Food Tourism Trend Draws in Guests

Burgeoning Food Tourism Trend Draws in Guests

There are some guests who are happy to eat at their favorite restaurant chain when they’re on vacation. However, as the millennial segment continues its quest to make every trip an experience, it is becoming clearer than ever that, in ...

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Enhanced Coffee Culture Brews in Hotels

Enhanced Coffee Culture Brews in Hotels

As more emphasis continues to be placed on the communal experience of hotel lobbies, the food and beverage scene is adjusting accordingly. Guests can enjoy wine tasting together, or share a dining table at the end of the day. Another ...

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Generating Value Through Local-Friendly Restaurants

Generating Value Through Local-Friendly Restaurants

Throughout the years, hotel food and beverage programs have grown and evolved to accommodate lodging industry trends. Today, these programs are so much more than a continental breakfast and room service. They include local foods, special menus, and an experience ...

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Kimpton’s Culinary & Cocktails Trend Forecast

Kimpton’s Culinary & Cocktails Trend Forecast

SAN FRANCISCO—Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants’ 2016 Culinary & Cocktails Trend Forecast uncovers what’s hot and what’s up and coming in the restaurant and bar world. Highlights include tartare, ancient grains, plant-based entreés, and open-fire roasting are rising in popularity among ...

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8 Food Trends Expected in 2016

8 Food Trends Expected in 2016

Some buzzwords to look out for while navigating the 2016 food and beverage scene include “seaweed in popcorn” and “burnt vegetables,” according to Baum+Whiteman’s 2016 Food & Beverage Forecast. Sound a little odd? Here are some trends that perhaps sound ...

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