Restaurant trends from casual to fine dining and even open kitchen designs continue to expand. The image the restaurant portrays is extremely
critical to the overall impression of the dining experience.

Palette of Choice
Festive, on-trend and identifiable is our palette choice. Think image apparel that accents the décor of the restaurant and builds the brand.

The Details
Associate uniforms should include: Hostess/Host, Bar Tender, Waitstaff, Chef, Kitchen, Valet and Manager.

Must Have Pieces
Comfortable pants providing servers room to move is a must and young women want lower rise pants that fit on their hip. Staff that work in one
venue during the day and another at night need to have apparel that accommodates their changing role. Daytime choose a woven shirt, with or
without neckwear, pants and an apron, while at night add a vest for formal dining. Color schemes are critical so start with a color palette for
all your staffing needs. Chef coats, pants and cook shirts work perfect for the kitchen. Valet staff should wear embroidered polo (either short
or long sleeve) and a light weight coat when the weather turns cold. Embroidery on everything including the chef apparel to establish the brand.

Why We Love It
Good company, a great meal makes an enjoyable dining experience. Pamper yourself.