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The Olde Post Inn Tasting Menu 2017, The Olde Post Inn Jan 2027

The Olde Post Inn Tasting Menu 2017, The Olde Post Inn

Menus of the 21st Century

The Olde Post inn was built in the 1800s. It opened as a post office in 1884, grocery & residence. It had a number of owners and was for some time derelict before it was renovated into a restaurant with accommodation in early 1990s. It has been run as a restaurant since and was taken over by Gearoid & Tara Lynch in November 2002. Since then it has gone under further refurbishment and been extended to include two Hampton Conservatories.

To have a complete dining experience, it is not just about the food or wine it is about the whole package. From ...


Tannery Restaurant Townhouse Cookery School, Tannery Jan 2027

Tannery Restaurant Townhouse Cookery School, Tannery

Menus of the 21st Century

Since Paul and Máire Flynn opened The Tannery in 1997, it has become one of the most original and welcoming experiences in Irish food. What makes it special? There is Paul’s cooking, of course – his fresh Waterford produce, ever-changing menus and mouth-watering focus on flavour. There are cosy chats in the wine bar, warm and welcoming service from expert staff, a bright and buzzy atmosphere at the tables. There is our unique location in the seaside town of Dungarvan, a stone’s throw from the Copper Coast and Comeragh Mountains. But most of all, there is the Tannery’s ...


Digital Accessibility In The Hospitality And Tourism Industry: Legal And Ethical Considerations, Debra D. Burke, Kenneth J. Sanney, Dan Clapper May 2020

Digital Accessibility In The Hospitality And Tourism Industry: Legal And Ethical Considerations, Debra D. Burke, Kenneth J. Sanney, Dan Clapper

William & Mary Business Law Review

Federal law requires accessibility for public sector websites. What about the web pages and apps of hotels, restaurants, and tourism providers? The Americans with Disabilities Act may cover private sector websites if they are considered a place of public accommodation, but the law is unclear. This Article will provide an overview of the legal responsibilities of operators to provide accessibility to persons with disabilities, discuss the World Wide Web Consortium’s guidelines for web accessibility, and argue that the hospitality and tourism industry has a unique ethical obligation to fill in the gap where the legal system has failed this ...


What Am I Tipping You For? Customer Response To Tipping Requests At Limited-Service Restaurants, Ismail Karabas, Marissa Orlowski, Sarah Lefebvre May 2020

What Am I Tipping You For? Customer Response To Tipping Requests At Limited-Service Restaurants, Ismail Karabas, Marissa Orlowski, Sarah Lefebvre

Faculty & Staff Research and Creative Activity

Tipping within the foodservice industry has traditionally been reserved for full-service restaurants. However, there is a growing trend of tip requests at limited-service restaurants, where tipping occurs prior to consuming the product. This research aims to examine the effect of a point-of-sale tip request at limited-service restaurants on return intentions via customer irritation. It also aims to analyze the moderating effects of check amount and perceived deservingness.


An Exploratory Study Of Generational Coffee Preferences, Lindsey Falkner May 2020

An Exploratory Study Of Generational Coffee Preferences, Lindsey Falkner

Honors College Theses

This research focuses on generational differences in preferences towards coffee-style beverages. The aim of this research is to provide recommendations to marketers within the saturated coffee industry. An online exploratory study was conducted with two-hundred and fifty-two participants from Amazon Mechanical Turk. The results show that differences exist between the coffee preferences across all generations, especially when it comes to the current trends (e.g., premiumization, convenience, and sustainability). Further, the results reveal several factors that may cause these generational differences. Finally, the study explored several ways that marketers in the coffee industry can appeal to different generations’ preferences, especially ...


Social Media’S Impact On Customer Satisfaction In The Hospitality Industry, Alexander Freund Apr 2020

Social Media’S Impact On Customer Satisfaction In The Hospitality Industry, Alexander Freund

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Sars Pandemic And Its Impact On The Hospitality Industry For Crisis Mitigation, Rachel Robie Apr 2020

The Sars Pandemic And Its Impact On The Hospitality Industry For Crisis Mitigation, Rachel Robie

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

This article proves that pandemics greatly affect the hospitality and tourism industry. Certain infectious diseases and pandemics spread rapidly in hospitality settings and lead to global outbreak. Global outbreak of deadly diseases has the capability to financially hurt the hospitality and tourism industry. It’s important for the hospitality industry to have knowledge of previous global pandemic outbreak cases and their influences and effects on the industry. The following research article focuses specifically on the SARS pandemic outbreak’s impact on the hospitality industry. The information in this research article provides factual advice that can be applied and contributed to ...


What Are The Impacts Of Local Food Systems?, Jamie Chadwick Apr 2020

What Are The Impacts Of Local Food Systems?, Jamie Chadwick

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

Sourcing products locally is not just a trend, it is also an important step towards sustainable business practices. Sustainable business depends on balancing sales with the ability to maintain growth. Sustainability is a complex concept. In the charter for the UCLA Sustainability Committee, sustainability is defined as: “the physical development and institutional operating practices that meet the needs of present users without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, particularly with regard to use and waste of natural resources. Sustainable practices support ecological, human, and economic health and vitality. Sustainability presumes that resources are finite and ...


Social Media In Experiential Marketing, Miyosha Biggs Apr 2020

Social Media In Experiential Marketing, Miyosha Biggs

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

Through targeted tourism-related practices, the hospitality industry has been able to grow broadly over time. It has also been able to accommodate each new generation of tourists seeking unique experiences on a global level. To do so, the industry continues to successfully leverage technological advancements and improvements in business practices and experiential marketing efforts. All of which has helped the industry maintain both stability and sustainability. A significant advancement in particular involves the personalization of preferences instigated by consumers themselves, who by making such decisions become even more informed, and confident patrons, users, and customers. Much of the latter is ...


The Effects Of Employee Engagement And Morale On Workforce Retention, Taryn White Apr 2020

The Effects Of Employee Engagement And Morale On Workforce Retention, Taryn White

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

The intent of this research article is to determine the effects of employee engagement and morale on workforce retention in the hospitality industry specifically. To that end, an investigation was conducted into the role that engagement, motivation (both extrinsic and intrinsic), professional development, work related stress, talent management, organizational culture, and leadership satisfaction play, or could play, in employee retention in this industry, which historically has experienced high turnover rates. Potential revenue is lost due to disengaged employees and reduced productivity (Attridge, 2009; Saks, 2006). In the supporting studies, questionnaire-based surveys were used to gather and subsequently analyze the assessments ...


Turnover Rates In The Hospitality Industry And The Factors Contributing To Employee Loss Or Retention, Vincenzo Cicerale Apr 2020

Turnover Rates In The Hospitality Industry And The Factors Contributing To Employee Loss Or Retention, Vincenzo Cicerale

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

The predominant purpose of this paper is to determine if the hospitality industry does in fact have the highest turnover of any industry, and if so, what are the implicating factors in the lack of retention. Throughout the research conducted, a common theme that developed was the lack of training in the hospitality industry and its impact and perception employees have of their leaders, and thus its affect on retention and turnover. Moreover, another aspect to consider is the generational implications, specifically generation Y, otherwise known as millennials, who are regarded as not being loyal to their employer (Gursoy, Maier ...


Feeding The Need For Instagram, Nicole Caplan Apr 2020

Feeding The Need For Instagram, Nicole Caplan

Hospitality Graduate Student Scholarship

This research evaluated psychological motives of Instagram influencers to give insight on what elements a small independent restaurant may utilize to draw attention. A closer look into the connection of those motives and a comparison between the importance of aesthetics versus product quality was done, to aid small restaurants to maximize their efforts for more profitable decisions. Information within contains both quantitative and qualitative data, the latter being majority of the material. There is a myriad of motivators and reasons why and how millennial influencers use social media. Depending on a restaurants target market, specific considerations may be more helpful ...


Event Management: Defining Digital Marketing Trends, Teresa Gray Apr 2020

Event Management: Defining Digital Marketing Trends, Teresa Gray

MBA Student Scholarship

The purpose of this paper is to define and explore the trends of digital marketing in event management. As confirmed by Hensel and Deis (2010), digital and social media must be employed in a way that will ultimately improve that will improve marketing efficiency (as cited in Cole, DeNardin & Clow, 2017). Research by Cesaroni and Consoli (2015) further established that it is important how small businesses in particular social media -as many event management firms are utilizing digital and social media in such a way that they take full advantage of every feature and tool that are available and accessible ...


Premier: The Magazine Of The Unlv Harrah College Of Hospitality, Matt Jacob Apr 2020

Premier: The Magazine Of The Unlv Harrah College Of Hospitality, Matt Jacob

Premier: The Magazine of the UNLV Harrah Hotel College

No abstract provided.


A Study On The Preferences Of Generation Z On Hotel/Lodging Amenities, Maya Carter Apr 2020

A Study On The Preferences Of Generation Z On Hotel/Lodging Amenities, Maya Carter

Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Analyzing Local Alcohol Vendor Inventory Management Strategy, Angelo J. Amore Apr 2020

Analyzing Local Alcohol Vendor Inventory Management Strategy, Angelo J. Amore

Senior Theses

This paper attempts to analyze how local alcohol vendors maintain their inventory throughout the year in Columbia, attempting to manage factors such as the season, sporting events, and other public gatherings and events. The research question resulted in contacting over 30 local alcohol vendors in Columbia, to ask them questions regarding their strategy in alcohol inventory management. The responses to these questions were then used to organize the vendors into groups by whether or not they utilize a reorder point to purchase/brew alcohol, or if they utilize periodic ordering. The vendors were also asked to rank the seasons from ...


From The Pits To The People, William J. Robertson Apr 2020

From The Pits To The People, William J. Robertson

Senior Theses

This thesis explores the current and future status of authentic barbeque in the State of South Carolina. It begins by introducing the topic, exploring the background of barbeque in the state, and then introduces the issues at hand – the importance of advertising the restaurants and the impending question of age of the restaurants’ owners, operators, and pitmasters. In the literature review, the issues are given background and the typical authentic barbeque restaurant is described. Five restaurants are examined in the methodology and research, selected due to their locations in each of the regions of South Carolina (Midlands, Lowcountry, Upstate, Pee ...


The Relations Between Sector Features, Pricing Behavior, And The Concept Of Social Responsibility: An Example Of The Accommodation Sector, Cigdem Ozkan Mar 2020

The Relations Between Sector Features, Pricing Behavior, And The Concept Of Social Responsibility: An Example Of The Accommodation Sector, Cigdem Ozkan

Journal of Global Business Insights

The aim of this study is to examine the relations between the cost structure of sector features and pricing behaviors through the example of the accommodation sector in terms of social responsibility. This has benefited from both the analytical geometry and the income and cost data of a real accommodation enterprise. The findings point out this situation: In the accommodation sector, the fixed costs are high, and the variable costs are low. Thus, the effects of the cost in determining the optimal price, in view of the short term, are at a very low level. There is such a very ...


School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology-Spring Newsletter 2020, James Murphy Mar 2020

School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology-Spring Newsletter 2020, James Murphy

Other resources

The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Spring Newsletter captured the many events, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Spring period of 2020. The successful completion of these activities would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts (school supporters) and our school's industry association supporters


Parent/Guardian Experience: How Schools Can Improve The Parent Experience And How That Leads To Positive Outcomes., Wesley H. Walters Mar 2020

Parent/Guardian Experience: How Schools Can Improve The Parent Experience And How That Leads To Positive Outcomes., Wesley H. Walters

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

Parent/Guardian eXperience: How creating an awesome Parent/guardian experience can lead to increased parent participation, and how parent participation leads to success of the student & the overall success of the school. The goal of this presentation is to engage parents in their child’s school experience by building a genuine connection with the school and a positive parent experience.


Where Women Stand In Tribal Vs. Non-Tribal Gaming Leadership, Toni Repetti, Shekinah L. Hoffman Mar 2020

Where Women Stand In Tribal Vs. Non-Tribal Gaming Leadership, Toni Repetti, Shekinah L. Hoffman

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

Tribal casinos operate for the economic development and self-sufficiency of their members so additional profit generated directly benefits their communities. Gender diversity has been shown to increase firm performance across different types of business so if tribal casinos have gender diversity in management they may be able to increase their profits. This study evaluates casino management positions in 405 tribal and 567 non-tribal casinos in the United States. Results indicate that women in tribal gaming only make up 37.8% of all management positions and while they represent about half of managers, the percentage decreases as the position increases. When ...


Service With A Smile: How Organizational Injustice Impacts Emotional Labor, Valeriya Shapoval Feb 2020

Service With A Smile: How Organizational Injustice Impacts Emotional Labor, Valeriya Shapoval

Rosen Research Review

In the hospitality industry, where staff are expected to always deliver "service with a smile," organizational injustice can affect staff wellbeing and create emotional dissonance, preventing them from delivering high quality service. Dr. Valeriya Shapoval from Rosen College of Hospitality Management has documented the relationship between organizational injustice and emotional labor. Her work proposes solutions that hotel managers can implement to support their staff in achieving brand success.


Darden Restaurants: The Role Of College Education In The Hospitality Industry, Rick Cardenas, Elizabeth Yost Feb 2020

Darden Restaurants: The Role Of College Education In The Hospitality Industry, Rick Cardenas, Elizabeth Yost

Rosen Research Review

Rick Cardenas' first job was waiting tables at his local Red Lobster restaurant. Now he is Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Darden Restaurants, which owns and operates more than 1,700 restaurants under brands including Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, and Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen. Here, he explains to Rosen College's Elizabeth Yost how his own career developed and discusses the importance of a college education in the hospitality industry.


Diamonds: A Hotel's Best Friend?, Michael Nalley, Jeong-Yeol Park, Diego Bufquin Feb 2020

Diamonds: A Hotel's Best Friend?, Michael Nalley, Jeong-Yeol Park, Diego Bufquin

Rosen Research Review

Independent rating systems are common in many industries but possibly not as important as they are in the hospitality industry, covering both restaurants (with their world renowned Michelin stars) and hotels. In the US, the leading rating organization is the AAA (American Automobile Association) with their Diamond rating scheme. Many studies have looked at the impact of the Diamond rating on the performance of a particular hotel, but this study by Rosen College of Hospitality Management researchers Dr. Michael Nalley, Dr. Jeong-Yeol Park and Dr. Diego Bufquin, takes a different perspective, looking at how a change in the Diamond rating ...


How Drinking Vessels Influence Customer Taste Perceptions, Marissa Orlowski Feb 2020

How Drinking Vessels Influence Customer Taste Perceptions, Marissa Orlowski

Rosen Research Review

First impressions count and it takes just a fraction of a second for us to decide whether we like someone when we meet them for the first time. With a collaborator, Rosen College of Hospitality Management's Dr. Marissa Orlowski is looking at how similar perceptions can be made about products and what implications this has for the food and beverage sector. They have discovered that the kind of vessel in which drinks are served affects both people's taste perceptions and their willingness to pay.


Romantic Brand Love In The Luxury Hotel Sector, Juhee Kang Feb 2020

Romantic Brand Love In The Luxury Hotel Sector, Juhee Kang

Rosen Research Review

When I fall in love…. it will be forever.' It’s one of the best-known lines in the Great American Song Book, but romantic love is now an increasingly familiar concept in marketing. It's said that people can form a deep and meaningful emotional connection with their favorite brands, just as they can with a life partner. New research from Rosen College of Hospitality Management's Dr. Juhee Kang looks at what this means for luxury hotels and what they can do to stay in tune with modern consumers.


Do Loyalty Schemes Benefit Hotel Preferences?, Nan Hua, Wei Wei Feb 2020

Do Loyalty Schemes Benefit Hotel Preferences?, Nan Hua, Wei Wei

Rosen Research Review

Loyalty schemes have been a significant development in many industries, including the highly competitive hotel industry. But do those schemes contribute real value by improving hotel performance, or are they just an expensive but outdated marketing tool? Dr. Nan Hua and Dr. Wei Wei from the Rosen College of Hospitality Management, University of Central Florida, seek to better understand this relationship.


The Breakers: How To Make It In Luxury Hospitality Management, Tricia Taylor, Danielle Orchard Feb 2020

The Breakers: How To Make It In Luxury Hospitality Management, Tricia Taylor, Danielle Orchard

Rosen Research Review

There is no doubt that from the outside, the Italian Renaissance-style resort The Breakers Palm Beach, looks luxurious and comfortable. Executive Vice President & General Manager Tricia Taylor gives us the inside scoop on what it means to manage such a unique hotel and why she still loves her role 24 years in. She explains to Rosen Colleges' Sr. Director for Advancement, Danielle Orchard, why she is looking to Rosen College for future star employees.


A New Model To Help Prevent Foodborne Disease, Sergio Alvarez Feb 2020

A New Model To Help Prevent Foodborne Disease, Sergio Alvarez

Rosen Research Review

Shellfish, such as oysters, are a well-known source of foodborne diseases. A bacterium called Vibrio vulnificus, commonly found in shellfish, can cause particularly severe illness. Unfortunately, regulations aimed at improving food safety also have the potential to damage the fragile economic status of small coastal communities that depend on oyster harvesting. Rosen College of Hospitality Management's Dr. Sergio Alvarez has led the development of a new bioeconomic model that has the potential to help improve food safety while minimizing economic harm.


Florida's Food Truck Industry: Tackling The Food Safety Challenges And Health Risks, Bendegul Okumus, Sevil Sonmez Feb 2020

Florida's Food Truck Industry: Tackling The Food Safety Challenges And Health Risks, Bendegul Okumus, Sevil Sonmez

Rosen Research Review

Street food is a popular part of daily life, with a vast variety of vendors and food trucks around the world. It is easily available and well-known foods contribute to the local economy. Despite these strengths, many cultures don't highly regard street food. In particular, it's often perceived as unhygienic compared to restaurant food. These concerns around standards are indeed upheld by research in some countries. Researchers Dr. Bendegul Okumus and UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management and Dr. Sevil Sonmez at UCF College of Business analyze the inspection challenges street food faces and review the gaps between ...