Total Food Service’s Blueprint series investigates the floor plan and process of hot new restaurant and hospitality openings. From the back-of-the-house to the front, Blueprint gives you an inside look at a new restaurant blueprint or restaurant kitchen renovation from the perspective of restaurateurs, chefs, commercial kitchen consultants, and interior designers.
In the 20 plus years that TFS has profiled projects for Blueprint, this is the first time we have ever seen a takeout operation morph into a sit down restaurant with a full bar. Dom Acquaviva, Ralph Acquaviva and Alex Rubinstein are the driving force behind Delicious Heights.
Since 1990, Total Food Service’s print magazine has been serving the Metro New York foodservice industry, including restaurants and hospitality operators, chefs, dealers, consultants, commercial kitchen suppliers and food distributors. Now each month, our website also delivers a nationally relevant serving of the latest foodservice news, industry trends and insights, and exclusive interviews.
When it comes to Total Food Service’s monthly print and digital issue, we cover all aspects of the Metro New York foodservice industry from exclusive interviews to the latest foodservice news on products, industry trends, associations, and events. Combined with the national reach of our website and social media channels like Twitter and Facebook, we deliver a package of must read news and information to build your business. For your free monthly subscription, sign-up here.
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