One Chicago restaurant features a Waffle Flight that includes red velvet, chocolate, liège and green tea waffles topped with blackberry, strawberry, bananas and hazelnut chocolate. A Nashville restaurant menu a Pancake Flight featuring a choice of three small pancakes from a group of four: plain, blueberry, chocolate chip or pancake of the day. A Boston restaurant is encouraging guests to order Pizza Flights so they can try more than one variety of pizza. Finally, a number of innovative restaurants are showcasing their homemade sauces by serving them in Sauce Flights.
Flights are a great way to showcase what you’re selling. It is also a great way to illustrate your culinary team’s versatility. Consider assigning each team member the task of contributing an item to the flight – it will help foster creativity and promote collaboration.
IDEAS FOR TRADITIONAL OPERATORS:
- Offer a signature food flight on your menu to allow your customers to try a variety of your offerings they normally wouldn’t get to experience in one visit.
- Elevate a featured protein by adding homemade sauces and then presenting the various creations as a food flight ready for your customers’ enjoyment.
Find more ideas for your operation and download entegra’s White Paper, Capitalizing on New Menu Concepts.
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