Houston’s iconic fried chicken showdown, Fried Chicken Fest Houston is back for the 3rd year of fun, food, and good vibes on November 05, 2022, from 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM (VIP ticket entry at 1:00 PM). This event will invite members of the surrounding community to gather for a day of foodie fun at IAG Icehouse located at 6767 Portwest Drive, Houston, TX 77024 where they will try dishes from Houston favorites like Max’s Wine Dive, Stuff’d Wings, and the World-Famous Turkey Leg Hut Food Truck.
Full of signature fried chicken offerings that are a gift for anyone looking to add some tasty inspiration to their dining table, this festival gives you the chance to not only explore new cuisines and dishes but also to enjoy the local live music and entertainment that is sure to make it a joyous experience for all who attend. In addition, get ready for the mind-blowing wing-eating contest presented by Frenchy’s Chicken and chef cooking demonstrations that will be highlighted throughout the day.
The vegan diet is growing in popularity, which means you’ll have vegans at your restaurant. Learn about why you should offer delicious vegan options now.
Veganism is a diet and lifestyle choice when someone doesn’t eat animals or animal byproducts. While this diet may sound restrictive to people who don’t follow it, vegans believe that this choice is better for their bodies, the environment, and animals. You can’t accommodate everyone’s beliefs and diets at your restaurant, but veganism is growing in popularity, so it’s a good idea to add vegan options to your menu. Keep reading to learn more about why your restaurant should offer vegan options.
From Environmentally Friendly Foods to Alt Seafood and everything in between, the Specialty Food Association (SFA) Trendspotter Panel has predicted what will be hot in specialty food for 2023.
“Specialty food consumers are looking to make their meal prep easy but exciting and that is driving many of this year’s trends regarding convenience, packaging improvements, and global flavors,” said Denise Purcell, SFA’s vice president, resource development. “At the same time, they continue to care about how their food is grown and the health benefits it offers, giving rise to evolving sustainability, plant-based, and better-for-you trends.
Pepsi Dig In Day returns Saturday, November 5th giving consumers the chance to win $5,000 for themselves and a $5,000 donation to their nominated Black-owned restaurant when they dine out and share on social media
Pepsi Dig In, the purpose-driven platform designed to drive access, business acceleration and awareness for Black-owned restaurants, is rallying Americans across the country to celebrate their local Black-owned restaurants by dining at them on Saturday, November 5th for Pepsi Dig In Day.
The holiday season can be an exciting time for families, and many will be looking for a restaurant to host or cater their festivities. You may even find you’re already receiving calls to book your best rooms and tables months in advance – so now is the time to prepare for the busy season ahead.
Managing a restaurant during a non-holiday time of year can come with its own challenges and responsibilities. But, if this is your restaurant’s first holiday experience, it’s best to develop a game plan that you and your staff can expertly follow to make the rush go smoothly. Preparing a holiday menu, hiring the proper staff, and providing the best customer service possible will be some of your top priorities for the upcoming months. Let this be your guide for staying on top of your restaurant’s business this holiday season.
Crafting The Perfect Menu
Curating a holiday menu isn’t just about the food. With the cost of goods steadily increasing, finding the appropriate vendors and knowing the best price range for your customers can be a challenge.