Our Monthly Morsel column shares tales from the dark side, what catering managers can do to make sure they book an event and some of the major turnoffs.
The entertainment world has its Golden Globes, Oscars, Emmys and Tonys. Atlanta celebrates the world of special events with its annual Allie Awards, now in their 23rd year. The awards are designed to recognize outstanding examples of quality and creativity in Atlanta’s event industry and to demonstrate how working together for a common good can promote […]
Since the holiday season is upon us, I thought I’d write about entertaining at home. Some people look forward to this all year long; others dread it. Which are you?
Venues in the gambling capital leave a bad taste with their refusal to bend for a Sunday event. What’s a planner to do?
What’s wrong with this picture? Read this month’s morsel on “Hiring an outside caterer” and, if you can answer the red flag question, you’ll qualify to win a Starbucks gift card.
The bottom line: Restaurants, if you sell group business have a staff trained to handle the request. Most importantly, have a catering manager who will get back to the customer on a timely basis.