Diners seek connection with the kitchen's drama

April 2012
Foodservice East;Spring2012, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p1
The article offers the insights of several individuals on the emerging trends in the food and hospitality industries in the U.S. Senior project manager Mark Goodwin of Beinfield Architecture PC states that open kitchen is already more interactive and dramatic with customers. Senior vice president Joe Christie of Trimark United East says that drama and showmanship are key in the trends. Moreover, architect Sherry Dennis adds that moving kitchen elements are more accessible and charming.


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