Category: Events and Hospitality Industry

  • Two Chicks, Three Seats Episode 17: Tips for Adjusting Your Restaurant’s Space with Design Expert Katie Perkins

    On last week’s episode of Tripleseat’s Two Chicks, Three Seats podcast, Kate Kennedy and I discuss the important, but often difficult task of adjusting a restaurant space in order to accommodate operations while following COVID-19 protocols. This week, we decided to continue that conversation with an expert in the field. Our guest for this week’s […]

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  • 5 Ways to Market Your Wedding Venue to Millennials

    Millennials are the largest generation ever — even larger than Baby Boomers, according to Gallup. So it should be no surprise that this demographic is a huge percentage of the current wedding market. Many millennials are particular. They’re not afraid to speak their mind and ask for what they want. Luckily, there are some things to keep in […]

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  • How Wineries Can Use Tripleseat to Manage Events

    Most people know Tripleseat as an event management platform that caters to restaurants and hotels, but we’re also pretty chummy with wineries and vineyards, and why wouldn’t we be? They make for some pretty spectacular event settings, and Tripleseat makes it insanely easy for event planners working at wineries to book and execute private events. […]

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  • 4 Tips for Successful Hybrid Meetings and Events

    When live events do come back, they aren’t going to look the same way. In fact, we can expect there to be a virtual aspect to most, if not all, events moving forward. Since the start of the pandemic (which shockingly was only four months ago), we have seen many of our industry peers embrace […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality: July 2020 Week 4

    As we get closer to the end of July, we’re seeing some innovative trends that will help the hospitality industry get back to daily business, and some trends that are so bizarre that they not only help us adapt but provide some much-needed laughter. Here’s a roundup of what’s happening in the industry this week. […]

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  • 16 Cocktails Every Bartender Should Know

    A well-made cocktail can be the cherry on top of a great event — something people enjoy and remember. And while the list of popular libations is ever-evolving and growing, there are a handful that every good drink-slinger should know by heart. While there’s generally no singular iteration of a given cocktail, these recipes can […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality: July 2020 Week 2

    I hope everyone had a safe and relaxing Fourth of July holiday! Summer is in full swing now and outdoor dining is at its peak. Luckily, it’s still seen as the safest option for dining out so restaurant patios continue to bustle with business. Here are a few stories from this past week that highlight […]

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  • Cocktails with Kate & James: Piña Colada Two Ways

    James DeFayette, Tripleseat’s Hotel Onboarding Specialist, and I had so much fun recording the last Cocktails with Kate, we decided to make our dynamic duo a monthly tradition. So, this month I present to you, the inaugural episode of Cocktails with Kate & James! When we found out that July 10 is National Piña Colada […]

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