Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

MAR 2017

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36 • FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES • MARCH 2017 Photo courtesy of Dean Lavenson Photography Specifying Team: Ian and Nikki Hall, owners, Brooklyn and the Butcher; Frank Knights, DSR, The Wasserstrom Company, Brian Russell, Sales Manager, The Wasserstrom Company China: Churchill, Diversified Ceramics, Front of the House, Hall China, Syracuse, Villeroy & Boch, World Tableware Flatware: Oneida, World Tableware Glassware: Libbey (Bristol Valley, Catalina, Noblesse, Renaissance, Retro), Steelite (Electra) Accessories: Buffet Euro, Cilio, Craster, Front of the House, Ironwood, Frieling, Libbey, Steelite, Syracuse, Vollrath Why it was in the Running: Good combination of different textures/materials: wood, glass and metal. The white and black napkins work well with the chairs. They have a lot happening on this tabletop but the combination of these items is what makes it work. This tabletop is so inviting. First Runner Up Restaurants with a Check Average of Less Than $30 Per Person Brolyn and e Buter, New Albany, Ind. Photo courtesy of Jamie Carvalho, Kittredge Equipment Company Specifying Team: Dante Cistulli, Managing Partner, Savoy Pizzeria and Craft Bar; Brian Mitchell, Beverage Director, Max Restaurant Group; Hunter Morton, Executive Chef, Max Restaurant Group; Mike Olivier, General Manager, Savoy Pizzeria; Rich Rosenthal, President, Max Restaurant Group; Scott Smith, Vice President, Max Restaurant Group; Corinne Tawa, Sales Kittredge Equipment China: Hall China, Homer Laughlin (Black Band) Flatware: Walco (Ultra) Glassware: Bauscher, Cardinal, Libbey Accessories: American Metalcraft, Chef Specialties, Packnwood, Steelite Hae Menti Savoy Pizzeria and C Bar, West Hartford, Conn. Worth Mentioning: This tabletop is simple and really well done. It features the restaurant's branding throughout, including on the glassware and napkins. They selected the right china for this application and customer price point: the tabletop is perfect for a pizzeria. It looks great. Although the china pattern is well established, it looks very fresh in this application.

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