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FSM Leads Rose Bowl to Dynamic New F&B Partnership

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Best Beverage Catering (BBC) and Levy Partnership to Bring Industry-Leading Hospitality to Rose Bowl Stadium, Brookside Golf Course & Clubhouse, and Arroyo Seco

PASADENA, Calif. (July 9, 2018) – The Rose Bowl Stadium has selected Best Beverage Catering (BBC) and Levy as its hospitality partners for the legendary stadium campus, including the Rose Bowl Stadium’s general concessions, Brookside Golf Course and Clubhouse, and the Arroyo Seco. The partnership brings together Best Beverage Catering, the concessionaire behind festivals and events including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Stagecoach Festival and Arroyo Seco Weekend, and Levy, acclaimed restaurateurs and leaders of sports and entertainment dining, to craft an innovative food and beverage experience for the entire campus that leverages their collective expertise in gameday dining, events and cutting-edge hospitality.READ MORE

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The Robots are Coming

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We’ve seen the rise of robots in the fast-casual space over the last few months and that has us continuing to think about applications for the food service space. The two concepts that have caught our eye are California-based “Flippy” at CaliBurger restaurants and the pizza robot at Zume. READ MORE

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Hospitality – The Odds Are Against You

You can learn these things in restaurant school or on the job, like us. A good summary of all the odds stacked against you though. The last two lines of #10 in the article below ring especially true across the board, not just at steakhouses. High priced cocktails, beer and wine are commonly used to make up for low profit margins on food offerings, especially in venues. READ MORE

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Fan-friendly pricing, good or bad?

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By: Rachel Wolff, Culinary Strategist, Food Service Matters

Fan-friendly pricing. It sure seems like a good idea, right? Wrong. We’re all for providing fans with the best experience, not price-gauging them, providing higher quality food and beverage, but don’t we think this is the best way to create a first class food and beverage offering.READ MORE

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What It Actually Costs to Open a Restaurant in San Francisco

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By Stefanie Tuder  Photos Pork Belly Studio

Dollar for dollar, a comprehensive look at the agony of building a business

For chef Adam Tortosa, opening a restaurant is more than just a pipe dream — it’s about proving something. Tortosa, a fair, lanky 31-year-old from San Diego, was first introduced to the Bay Area when he opened 1760 with the Acquerello team in 2013. Four months later, he was slammed by a mediocre review from Michael Bauer. He quickly “resigned.”READ MORE

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