Fire & Ice is a unique Mongolian Grill Restaurant concept at the base of Heavenly Ski Resort. In addition to outside fire pits with relaxing chairs to spend time with friends and family, there is an interesting menu. Selecting a plate full of a large variety of proteins, vegetables, starches, salad ingredients, and sauces diners can create custom plates of pasta, rice, or noodle dishes. Guests bring their selected items to a central grill area where a skillful chef is cooking entrees while demonstrating acrobatic effects with two hand-held metal spatulas. Continued below.
We're featuring this restaurant because of their innovative restaurant design and custom buffet fixtures and lighting as seen in the photos below. The concept has a very vibrant color scheme, seating, and theme. Great job utilizing custom glass and wire fixtures for effective sneeze guards. The bright red signage is easy to read and effective. We especially appreciate the careful attention to detail setting ingredients in the crushed ice which rounded out the theme nicely. Learn more at http://www.fire-ice.com/.
This high-end ice creamery and candy shop is part of the kid friendly experiences at the Jersey Shore at Thundering Surf Water Park. The custom point of sale signage alone transports one to a different place and creates favorable food memories for years to come. Set your business apart with a professional point of sale menu designed to embody the look and feel of your restaurant or food bar. We're proud of TS for their larger than life example of an easy to read, straight forward, one of a kind menu, that's enticing customers to enjoy a special summer treat!
Learn more at: http://www.thunderingsurfwaterpark.com/
Known for it's exciting and flavor packed cuban cusine, Casona, in Collingswood, NJ has a particular entree whose presentation really caught my eye. Featuring multiple types of flavored guacamole Casona adds a unique twist beyond the basics, fried plantain strips supplementing the traditional corn tortilla chips. Foodies might at first see this as an opportunity to taste something different, but I'll submit it's also an opportunity to SEE something different too. Restaurant after restaurant show you the same thing over and over. As you'll see below, Casona really kicks up the visual with a mortar filled with guacamole on what appears to be a banana or other culinary leaf. These two presentation techniques really add an aesthetic value beyond terrific flavor.
Learn more at: www.mycasona.com
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