3 Virtual Food Show Session Ideas

A successful virtual event will demand engaging content, such as live chats or demonstrations from national or local celebrities and thought leaders. Here’s a few key topics and examples of presentations that would engage customers to login and spend time clicking around your virtual event!

1. Menu Trends

3 menu trends to boost take out sales

Limited menus, meal kits, and to-go options are prevalent on today’s menu. Here’s the 3 things you need to make sure are available to satiate customers need for a restaurant quality meal when it’s enjoyed away from your establishment.

Take and make made easy

Delivering a consistent experience with sensitive menu items like steaks and seafood or a composed salad make your restaurant a desirable place to visit. You can still deliver a restaurant quality experience in the comfort and safety of your customer’s homes with a take-and-make menu! Make your dine-in menu even better by giving them exclusive restaurant quality ingredients and step-by-step instructions to create a unique at-home experience.

2. Menu Profitability

The X Factor in your food cost

Engineering a profitable menu takes more than just being creative; you need to make sure that all aspects of your plate cost are accounted for. Now that to-go sales are surging, it’s important to make sure you accommodate the cost of ancillary goods that are often excluded from food cost – This is the X Factor and you need to know what it means to your top and bottom lines.

3. Operation Efficiency

5 ways to do more with less

A high performance kitchen demands a high performance staff, but even more important is executing highly efficient kitchen and front of the house practices. These 5 things will make sure you’re getting the most out of your limited resources.

3 Things your Wait Stuff needs to be doing

Providing a robust dine-in and dine-out experience means making sure you’re not wasting money while being attentive to customer’s needs. Things like silverware, salt and pepper, or condiments are expected, but now must be delivered deliberately. Here’s 3 things your wait staff can do to eliminate unnecessary step to ensure an excellent experience.

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