Integrating Food Services and Sport FandomIntegrating Food Services and Sport Fandom

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Integrating Food Services and Sport Fandom

Hi, my name is Ginny, and I love sports. I also love everything about the restaurant industry – I have dined and worked at countless restaurants, and I have also volunteered at kitchens that feed the homeless. Over the years, I have really noticed what works and what doesn't in the food services industry, especially as related to sports. I have seen how to attract people to your restaurant to watch sports games, how to write a menu that appeals to a certain type of sports fan and how to successfully plan the food at special sporting events. In this blog, I am going to explore everything related to sports and food services. Whether you are looking for tips for your restaurant, sports bar or even your food truck, I hope that you find answers here. Grab a snack, get comfortable and start reading. Enjoy!

Catering Styles For A Corporate Party

Planning a corporate event can be a daunting task, but if you get the catering right, it can go from a stressful event to an enjoyable one. While there are many different types of catering styles to choose from, the key is finding one that will impress your guests and fit within your budget.

Take a look at some of the more popular catering styles and what they have to offer.

Sit-down Dinners 

A sit-down dinner is the most traditional style of catering for any event, and it works well for small or large corporate groups.

With this option, waiters or waitresses will serve guests directly at their tables. This type of service allows you to provide multiple courses without having to worry about people leaving their seats in between courses. You can choose from various menus that range from casual to formal, depending on how fancy you want your event to be.

If you opt for a sit-down dinner, consider the room size and how many people can comfortably fit around each table. These meals can take longer to serve, so having enough space for your guests to relax and enjoy the meal will be key.


Buffet-style catering is another popular choice for corporate events because it allows guests plenty of options and keeps lines moving during mealtime. Buffets don't require as much staff as sit-down dinners, making them more cost-effective.

The downside is that buffets can often get crowded and chaotic if not managed properly, so keep this in mind when planning your event. But to get a handle on the situation, you can ask your caterer to set up multiple buffets throughout the room or even designate an area outside for guests to fill their plates.


Family-style catering combines buffet and sit-down service elements by having servers bring out larger portions of food to each table for everyone to share. This service encourages conversation among guests while giving them plenty of options and flexibility with their meals. It's also a great way to add fun and interactive elements to your party while keeping things organized and efficient.

Family-style catering is a great choice for larger events that want a more laid-back atmosphere. Be sure to keep the seating arrangements in mind when planning this type of service, as you'll want to ensure there is ample room for the servers to bring out the meals.

For more information, reach out to a catering company near you.