While meeting planners need to keep up with the times, banquet chefs have your back. Here are six insider F&B tips from banquet chefs across the continent.
These holiday-themed cocktails provide a bit of inspiration for meeting planners looking to shake up their events this year.
Groups can sample Macau’s Chinese-Portuguese heritage bite for bite across Sands Resorts Macao’s five resorts.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants’ announces its fifth annual list of food and beverage trend predictions for 2019.
Major hotel chefs across the nation are experimenting with cannabis-infused cuisine and cocktails, even at popular meetings hotels.
Tracy Stuckrath, president & chief connecting officer of thrive! meetings & events, discusses Benchmark’s 2019 F&B trends report.
El Pueblito Cooking School, located within Mexico's Mayakoba eco-resort, now offers a culinary experience for groups to learn about Mayan cuisine.
House-made, heritage inspired, sustainably sourced and social media-worthy. These are just some of the expectations of F&B programs this year.
A burgeoning gin craze will give meeting planners even more reason to craft mocktails for those attendees who want the flavor of gin, minus the booze.
Growing food in labs and robots flipping burgers are just the beginning innovations that will shape the food and beverage available at future meetings.
Now halfway into 2018, it’s easier to see what food trends are really taking shape this summer and making an impact on the F&B industry.
As attendees continue to demand more authentic, cultural experiences at meetings, there are some hotels bringing the local experience to the breakfast table.
Allergens can lurk in the most unsuspecting places. Avoid these foods if you have attendees with food allergies. During MeetWell in Las Vegas, Prevue's joint...
Chef Michael Mina brings a new wave of seafood to the desert.