Rustic Preparation & Presentation Trends
While many restaurant industry trends are of a digital nature – with the rise of third-party delivery services and ghost kitchens – many establishments are choosing to take their guests back in time. Rustic and traditional preparation methods from all over the globe are returning to restaurants and offering guests experiential dining in addition to delicious menus.
Trends to Make Summer Spectacular
As the calendar pages continue to flip and diners are getting antsy to return to normalcy, we point our eyes toward the summer season and present a few exciting trends that can help shape your menu for the upcoming months.
Koji Rice For Steak Preparations
Fermented rice could be the solution for full-bodied, dry-aged flavors – without playing the waiting game.
Give Guests What They Want: New Flavors From Across the Globe
Global flavors can help define your establishment as a modern steakhouse, especially when coupled with unique cuts and serving more small, shareable plates.
Creative Strategies to Stay Competitive During the Re-Opening Process
Learn how focused menus, meal kits, touchless payments, and more can make ordering from establishments simpler and safer.
Travel-Friendly Cuts & Preparations
“Delivering hot, beef braised will be the best experience because it can take the abuse of long hot-holding, and still deliver on tenderness and juiciness.” Sterling Silver Chef Pete Geoghegan recommends travel-friendly braised meats.
Unique Executions For Your Takeout Menus
According to Sterling Silver Chef Bradley Borchardt, it’s still important to “understand your brand and see how you can create food that is approachable and travels well but maintains brand integrity.”
A Profitable Trend: Beef Back Ribs
Recently, many restaurants are starting to showcase beef back ribs on their menus, and customers are definitely responding.
Sharing Plates Let Guests Choose Their Favorites
Sharing has recently emerged as a major trend when eating out, especially among Millennials.