Tips For Ordering Catering

If you are planning a large event such as a wedding or a graduation party, you are likely going to consider hiring a catering company to make feeding the huge group of people that you have invited more feasible. Catering companies are likely able to produce great quantities of  high-quality food without too much trouble when you might only be able to make lots of pots of macaroni and cheese. However, catering comes with one main problem. Read More 

Want To Wow Your Spring Party Guests? Serve A Seafood Salad That They Are Sure To Love

The spring and summer months are a great time to spotlight local, sustainable fish options. If you've been looking for a dish that is sure to have people talking for months after your next cookout, a hearty, flavorful seafood salad that focuses on quality products may be just the thing you need. Before you reach out to a local seafood restaurant for a solution, here's an idea of what you can try. Read More 

Reaching The “Family With Young Kids” Demographic In Your New Restaurant

As a new restaurant owner, you are constantly looking for ways to attract and retain new customers. There are no magic methods to growing your business, but refining certain aspects of your service can certainly help. You may want to team up with or talk with an industry professional, like Buffalo Phil's Pizza & Grille, for more tips. However, focusing on children's services is one way to expand your clientele. Family-centered Service Read More 

Three Ways To Eat Healthy While You Dine At A Seafood Restaurant

When you make the decision to dine out at a seafood restaurant, you're already opening the door to food that will benefit your health. Fish, for example, is a lean source of protein that is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids that can provide health benefits such as reducing your risk of heart disease and even aid in brain development. As you peruse the menu, you're presented with a number of healthy options and some that are certainly tasty, but aren't as beneficial as others. Read More 

Two Chicken Thigh Recipes You Can Make Ahead And Reheat To Order

Serving chicken thighs in a restaurant (like Cochran's Cafeteria) can be a challenge, since they take so long to cook to order. With these two recipes, you don't have to worry. You can make the chicken thighs ahead in a big batch, and then reheat two in the oven each time a customer orders the dish. The chicken stays moist and delicious each time. Saucy Lime Chicken Thighs These chicken thighs are baked in a lime butter sauce, which keeps them moist and flavorful even after reheating. Read More