Building Onsite Foodservice Business in a Coronavirus World
When the coronavirus hit the United States a year ago and began forcing schools, colleges and businesses to close the doors to their facilities, hospitals to bar most visitors and curtail discretionary and non-critical services, senior living communities to consign residents to their living quarters and sports and entertainment venues to suspend events, the foodservice […]
Maryville College Going Global for International Education Month
Metz Culinary Management, the college’s food service provider, is partnering with MC’s Center for Global Engagement for the “Taste of Culture” festival. On Tuesdays and Thursdays in March, Metz will offer international dishes during lunch and dinner at Pearsons Hall. Maryville College students, faculty and staff submitted many of the recipes, the release states.
DAMS Cafeteria Worker Honored by Martin’s for Impacting Children’s Lives
DuBois Area Middle School cafeteria worker Margie McKolanis received a wonderful surprise from Martin’s grocery store to kick off her day Wednesday.
Serving Art Museum Crowds While Honoring Circus Roots
A reimagined restaurant and cafe add menu diversity and a new dining experience at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Fla.
2020: 10 biggest Restaurant, Bar Openings in Sarasota-Manatee
After about five months without a restaurant inside its John M. McKay Visitors Pavilion, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art began welcoming patrons to its Ringling Grillroom in October.