The keys to F&B success for the holidays are staying organized, flexible and focused.
Scott Craig, CEC, CCA, WCMC Executive Chef Myers Park Country Club Charlotte, N.C. Beyond his role as Executive Chef at the Platinum-ranked Myers Park Country Club (Charlotte, N.C.)—a position he’s held for the past five years—Scott Craig is also a Certified Master Chef through the World Association of Chef’s Societies (WACS). Before discovering his love…
Many clubs are now growing more of the fresh ingredients they need just steps from their kitchen doors.
“The ultimate comfort food” can offer members satisfying blends of flavor, color, texture and aroma.
Club chefs are going “whole hog” featuring lesser-known cuts of pork.
A well-crafted wine list is as important to the dining experience as the food itself.
The Union League Club of Chicago’s $11 million F&B operation sets the tone for city club dining, thanks to its focused and skilled staff.
Banquets are big business. And to help a club or resort property get the most success and cost-efficiency for the banquet side of the ledger, a chef needs the right tools for the task. Chief among these tools is food-warming equipment such as heat lamps and carving stations, banquet carts and holding cabinets. Keeping dishes…
When Robert Josey, CCM, came to The Country Club (Pepper Pike, Ohio) as General Manager in 2002, the dining operation was in need of some help. The kitchen hadn’t been updated since the current clubhouse was built in 1930. The dining rooms were dated. And a handful of members were reluctant to support change, claiming…
Members seek upscale food as part of a more casual experience, with ingredient-focused menus and dishes that are creatively prepared.