Pinnacle Hospitality Systems was an exhibitor at the Sea Breeze Food Service Annual Food Show for the fourth year on Wednesday, April 10th at the Prime Osborne Convention Center in Jacksonville, Florida. The theme of the show was “Carnival of Savings”. The show and the booths were decorated like a carnival, there were balloons everywhere and there was a clown walking around. They had a customer cooking contest and door prizes were also given out throughout the day. There were several food and beverage vendors showing and giving out samples of their products to restaurateurs. This year was different as customers could place orders for up to six weeks of product at the show for a discounted price. Continue reading “Sea Breeze Food Service Annual Food Show” »
Stone Crab season opened on October 15th, and those succulent claws are seizing appetites across Florida once again. The highly prized claws, which taste like a cross between lobster and blue crab with sweet, firm meat, are a true Florida tradition. Looking for the best place to grab some claws? Moore’s Stone Crab Restaurant in Longboat Key, FL is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings. They have been the Keys’ foremost stone crab claw destination since 1967, with over 200 combined years of experience in the seafood business.
Moore’s Stone Crab Restaurant can offer the freshest stone crab claws because they catch the crabs themselves. Continue reading “A Point of Sale System That Can Handle Stone Crab Season” »
The new DQ Julius by Dairy Queen has opened in Daytona Beach, Florida and Honolulu, Hawaii. This exciting treat concept offers Dairy Queen soft-serve treats, as well as Orange Julius products, including an array of fruit beverages and smoothies.
“I am thrilled to have the DQ Orange Julius store in Honolulu open and ready to serve our customers,” says operator Linda Kung. “The Dairy Queen system is the worldwide treat leader and we’ve paired an innovative, exciting design with a fabulous selection of cravable treats, including all of the Dairy Queen and Orange Julius favorites, as well as enticing new menu items. Our customers will love what we’ve brought to Honolulu.” Continue reading “DQ and Pinnacle A Winning Combination” »
Last week, Johnson & Wales University in North Miami inaugurated its Zest awards at a private reception. The university in partnership with Miami Magazine gave awards to local restaurants, chefs and other food and beverage professionals in five categories; culinary innovator, best restaurant 2012, newcomer chef of the year, baking and pastry innovator, top beverage professional and community nominee. Winners were chosen by culinary instructors from the university, members of the university’s epicurean society and a food writer from the magazine. Continue reading “Some Local Zest” »
Do you have Another Broken Egg mug from your favorite location? With 20 locations this Destin, FL based breakfast and brunch specialist sell 22,000 mugs per year. Each specially made coffee mug is branded with Another Broken Egg’s logo and an emblem of the town that is home to each individual restaurant. Customers have taken to collecting them from each location, paying $18 per mug. Continue reading “Branding With Mugs” »
Congratulations to Prime Italian for being named one of the Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurants. OpenTable an online restaurant reservations for diners and reservation announced the 2012 Diners’ Choice Award winners for Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurants in the United States this week. These awards reflect the combined opinions of nearly five million reviews submitted between March 1, 2001 and February 29, 2012, by verified OpenTable diners for more than 12,000 restaurants in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Continue reading “Prime Italian is One Hot Spot!” »
Strolling along Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, you’ll come across a charming art deco-style restaurant serving delicious Cuban cuisine – David’s Café. The story of David’s Café started 50 years ago when Alfredo Gonzalez left Cuba in pursuit of a better life in the US. He met his wife Maria Fanego, who shared the same passion for hospitality and the food industry. After opening a series of bars in New Jersey, the family moved to Miami Beach where they opened a little gem called David’s Café, right in the heart of South Beach. Their hard work paid off, and today, the restaurant continues its successful 33-year run.
David’s Café delights guests with authentic Cuban food like stuffed tostones rellenos, yucca frita, churrasco, Cuban sandwiches, fresh grilled fish and paella. The restaurant offers catering and is open 24 hours a day. Customer service is extremely important at David’s Café, so the owners invested in a POSitouch restaurant POS system that processes cash and credit card payments. Using the restaurant point-of-sale, servers can send orders to the kitchen electronically for faster preparation and delivery. The owners do all their inventory, accounting and work scheduling on the computer POS system. POSitouch helps to simplify the business functions of a restaurant.
POSitouch benefits all hospitality businesses and is currently used in casual dining, fine dining, nightclubs, bars, stadiums, arenas, bowling alleys, yogurt shops, hotels, country clubs and more. To learn more about the software system that automates the hospitality industry, call 1-800-771-7100 or visit the POSitouch page.