Raise a glass to 40 professionals, under the age of 40, who are helping to define new expectations for dining experiences across all spectra of restaurant environments, from Michelin-starred white-
At fifteen, the faux-alchemy of cocktails held a slightly different mystique for David Kaplan than it does for most at that age.
Even at the highest level of fine dining, silver spoons aren’t given out for free in this industry.
It’s an old motto in marketing that people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.
Active lifestyles are in vogue, and that same health-conscious demographic is starting to drive demand for beverages with “live and active” label proclamations that line up with guests’ adventurous