Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Get Ready For Christmas 2015!

The holiday season is nearly upon us, and being prepared is essential for the smooth running of your restaurant or bar. 

Embrace all seasonal aspects and events on offer to really maximise your potential turnover. This includes not only menu offerings, but also decorations and the general festive atmosphere, which make this time of year truly special. Here’s our holiday checklist!





















Deck the halls
The small details matter and they’ll make sure your establishment stands out above the rest! Achieve that festive feel in your restaurant or bar by changing up your table settings with Christmas table covers, napkins and crackers - perfect for setting your celebrations off with a bang! Simple lighting changes such as candles and fairy lights can also add a cosy ambience to your establishment, and why not spread the Yuletide cheer with some festive tunes!?

Festive feasts
Experimenting with your Christmas menu is essential in hospitality today, although guests will expect the traditional Christmas dinner, they may also want a unique twist when eating out. Adding a personal touch to the ingredients and dishes you serve allows your menu to stand out and make for an unforgettable dining experience. Including a variety of vegetarian and gluten free options can truly make your menu a winning one.




















Seasonal Sipping
Tempt your customers with seasonal cocktails and drinks. This is a great way to maximise on sales with very little impact and cost. Why not offer mulled wine and cider in our mulled wine kettle? Not only do these kettles look great, but they’ll bring a festive aroma to your bar! Make sure you have a mix of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available, as studies show that non-drinkers are on the rise in London.

Get Social
Social media is a great way of promoting your restaurant or bar over the festive season to get guests in the Christmas spirit. Entice customers with snaps from your establishment of people sharing the Christmas cheer, decorations and mouth-watering menu teasers.


Click here to see our range of essential Christmas items for your bar or restaurant!



Hannah Bowcutt
www.klaremont.com



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