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III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants Slide4

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

Also known as fast food, all counter service

And drive thru

MacDonald's, burger king, taco bellSlide5

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

B. Full-service restaurants Slide6

III. Categories of foodservice operations

B. Full-service restaurants , these are broken down into 4 categories Slide7

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Family These are usually full service and geared with the whole family in mind. You will find kids menus, and perhaps one for the grandparents as well.

I-hop, chili’sSlide8

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Theme Again these are full service but revolve around one central theme. From the décor, staff uniforms and even the names on the menu.

Rainforest, American bandstandSlide9

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Café/coffee shop These may or may not be full service. You will usually find a limited menu.

Starbucks, Seattle's best coffeeSlide10

III. Categories of foodservice operations

White tablecloth This is the fine dining. You can expect impeccable food and service but expect to pay for this.

Three forks, Bob’s Chop HouseSlide11

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

B. Full-service restaurants

C. Business and institutional dining Slide12

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Business and institutional dining This is a very simple no-nonsense approach to food preparation. There is usually a set menu offering a very limited choice.

Hospitals, large companies and school cafeteriasSlide13

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

B. Full-service restaurants

C. Business and institutional dining

D. CafeteriasSlide14

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Cafeterias These are a cross between full service and counter service. The food quality expected is higher than institutional but you do have to go through a serving line.

Luby’s, A.W., MariottSlide15

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

B. Full-service restaurants

C. Business and institutional dining

D. Cafeterias

E. Catering Slide16

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Catering This can be a very lucrative aspect of food service. The trick is to keep busy.

Here you do most of the prep and preparation off premises, then you bring the food set it up and serve.Slide17

III. Categories of foodservice operations

A. Quick-serve and counter service restaurants

B. Full-service restaurants

C. Business and institutional dining

D. Cafeterias

E. Catering

F. HotelsSlide18

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Hotel’s, in many cases a Hotel can combine several types of operations under one roof.

The may offer caterings in their banquet rooms for special eventsSlide19

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Hotel’s, in many cases a Hotel can combine several types of operations under one roof.

The may offer caterings in their banquet rooms for special events

Have a stand alone full service restaurant (usually white table cloth)Slide20

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Hotel’s, in many cases a Hotel can combine several types of operations under one roof.

The may offer caterings in their banquet rooms for special events

Have a stand alone full service restaurant (usually white table cloth)

A small coffee shop in the lobbySlide21

III. Categories of foodservice operations

Hotel’s, in many cases a Hotel can combine several types of operations under one roof.

The may offer caterings in their banquet rooms for special events

Have a stand alone full service restaurant (usually white table cloth)

A small coffee shop in the lobby

Offer their staff a meal in the form of institutional cooking.

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