Category: Holidays

  • 2018 Data and Trends You Should Know About Holiday Events in the Workplace

    The corporate holiday party has gone through a lot of changes. Before the financial crisis of 2007-2008, well-off companies held multiday extravaganzas for their employees, renting out elaborate venues or flying their staff to an exotic destination. Since then, workplace holiday celebrations have scaled back to much smaller, departmental affairs, or have dropped off the […]

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  • The Best Holiday Event Decor and Entertainment for Any Budget

    Event hosts and guests have increased their standards for additional touches that can elevate the private dining and event experience, and the holiday season has proven to be no exception. They’re looking to venues for more than just a cocktail party or a sit-down dinner. This can come into play through the entertainment portion and […]

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  • How to Add Holiday Flavor to Your Cocktail Menu

    Restaurants are not all about the kitchen anymore. A thriving bar program can up the ante of any venue and can prove to be just as profitable as food service. Yet, a cocktail menu that feels stagnant to your guests can do the opposite, bringing down your venue’s reputation. We totally understand that switching up […]

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  • How to Promote Your Events Business During the Holiday Season

    There’s good news and bad news about restaurant event sales during the holidays. The good news: It’s the most profitable time of year. The bad news: You have to work for it. Restaurants face a few obstacles to winning their piece of holiday revenue: More competitors, more types of food options (restaurants vs. meal kits […]

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  • Cocktails with Kate: The Halloween Edition

    Halloween is right around the corner and we’re celebrating at Tripleseat HQ the only way we know how … with a creepy and delicious cocktail of course! James DeFayette, one of Tripleseat’s skilled Onboarding & Training Specialists, is also skilled in the art of crafting cocktails. He created a specialty drink just for the Halloween […]

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  • How Your Restaurant Can Be a Mother’s Day Destination

    Mother’s Day – the busiest day of the year for restaurants – is this weekend. More than 87 million adults plan on dining out this Sunday because it’s what your mom really wants to do to celebrate. Having a meal with family tops the list of what moms want for a Mother’s Day gift. What […]

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