Pinnacle Hospitality Systems offers complete turn-key packages for the frozen yogurt industry. Our Calypso yogurt shop solution has an easy to learn touchscreen interface and is scalable to handle single or multiple locations.
Pinnacle can configure a complete stadium/arena hospitality solution by providing the necessary hardware and software to manage bars, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even provide a wireless ordering system to cater to your skybox clientele.
Pinnacle’s point of sale systems are easy to train employees with and will simplify your business operations and decrease the amount of time a customer must wait, which will lead to a good reputation and fun atmosphere for many years to come!
Pinnacle can configure a complete Bowling Center hospitality solution by providing the necessary software to manage bar area, quick service, accounting, inventory, and even a wireless ordering system to cater to all of your clientele.
Are you looking for a way to raise your restaurant’s sales? Dinerware Catering POS systems can pump up your profits by adding catering services to your list of services! If you are fortunate enough to have space for a private dining room or meeting room, you are perfectly poised to offer on-site catering; in a more restricted location, off-site catering is the way to go. Either way, catering offers triple benefits: you increase revenue, introduce new customers to your cuisine, and generate great word-of-mouth advertising!
Your access to wait staff makes offering serving service a natural – just be very careful to keep schedules separate but coordinated. Maintaining a list of servers who just work catering jobs will help ensure that your restaurant service does not suffer. Continue reading “Dinerware Catering POS System” »
Locally sourced foods are the very hottest food trends for 2013, according to a new National Restaurant Association survey. Healthy ingredients and environmental concerns dominated the list of trends, with locally sourced meats and seafood coming in first place, followed by locally grown produce, healthful kids’ meals, and environmental sustainability as a culinary theme filling out the top four places.
The NRA polled 1,834 American Culinary Federation member chefs in October-November 2012 for their “What’s Hot in 2013” survey. The chefs were asked to rate 198 individual food items, beverages, preparation methods, cuisines and culinary themes as a “hot trend,” “yesterday’s news,” or “perennial favorite” on restaurant menus in 2013. Continue reading “Hot Food Trends Served Up with Dinerware POS” »
Finally fulfilling your dream and opening a restaurant? Keep in mind that only 23% of consumers are satisfied with ethnic offerings that are available. Chain restaurants are not meeting the current consumer demand for new foods and flavors. Only a quarter of consumers polled for a recent Technomic survey say they are satisfied with the availability of ethnic offerings at limited-service (23 percent) and full-service (28 percent) chains, which translates into opportunities for operators to differentiate their menus and gain market share with globally inspired offerings.
Congratulations to Ben’s New York Kosher Delicatessen for the great review by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel! Food critic, John Tanasychuk awarded the deli located at The Reserve, 9942 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton with 3 ½ stars out of 4. The big and busy, 242 seat dining room is often packed with customers enjoying everything from old-style classics such as beef-tongue Polonaise to chic veggie burgers.
Ben’s does classic sandwiches such as corned beef, pickled in house, and brisket. But the dinner selections include incredible stuffed cabbage, Hungarian goulash, chicken and beef flanken in a pot with matzo ball, noodles, kreplach, peas and carrots. There are also omelets, hot open-faced sandwiches, salads and entrees such as roast turkey, broiled chopped steak and broiled Romanian steak with sautéed onions. The daily specials are always a treat. It’s Jewish soul food at its best. Continue reading “This Deli Stacks Up” »
Rocketown Florida, a 12,000-square-foot Pompano Beach youth center, which opened in 2009, merges several outreaches: music, refreshments, fun ‘n’ games, homework help and counseling. The mission of Rocketown is to share Christ’s love with youth through creative programs and mentoring relationships that are culturally relevant and eternally significant. Music is the real success story for Rocketown: More than 50 bands — local and national — appear every few months there. On a recent Friday night, Rumors of Silence, a misnamed “post-hardcore” group, played, along with soloist Lindsay Jo Dydek; Blues Muse, a blues-rock group; and Edge of Reality, a fiery prog-rock band. The show drew about 100 listeners, most of them ages 13 to 18. Six bands are booked for the next show, on April 21. Continue reading “Rocketown is Rocking the Youth” »
Food trucks have gone gourmet. No longer are they just the construction worker’s lunch. Killer Pasta is a mobile food truck in Miami that is making every possible effort to provide the freshest, best tasting pastas & salads for their customers. By working with local farmers and dairy companies they use the freshest ingredients including local seafood and Key West shrimp (when in season). Killer Pasta makes their pastas, cheeses, and sauces daily. With delicious weekly specials based on the local produce offerings you are always assured a great meal. Continue reading “Killer Pasta is Killing It” »
In 1966 Archie Summerlin, the “Unofficial Mayor of South Beach”, left the rat race of Dade and Broward Counties, and got a good deal on a bar that had been in existence on Fort Pierce’s South Beach since 1947. Archie’s Seabreeze started as a military shack that served beer to soldiers stationed on South Beach. In 1994, Patty McGee purchased Archie’s and has invested her life, heart, and soul into making Archie’s what it is today. . . a “feel at home” place where you can put your feet up, relax and enjoy an Atlantic breeze, Live Entertainment, a fresh delicious meal and a refreshing beverage.