Michael Sanson

Make your restaurant a dining destination 
Top chefs discuss selecting a restaurant location at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
Chef Marc Murphy discusses commitment to the restaurant industry 
Murphy, who serves as a judge on the Food Network's Chopped program, is not just another pretty television face.
Catching up with Danny Meyer in South Beach 
Restaurateur Danny Meyer discusses what he's learned throughout his career
Five questions for Marc Forgione 
Restaurant Hospitality chats with chef Marc Forgione at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival
Are you top chef material? 
Bobby Flay moderates a panel featuring fellow Iron Chefs at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
Taking it from the streets 
Foods that found popularity on the world’s streets are finding their way onto restaurant menus
How about some shake with that bourbon? 
Adding booze to a milkshake is an emerging drink trend your accountant will love.
First impression, bad impression 
On a recent restaurant visit, it was jarring to see careless service in a place that was once home to a hotshot French chef.
Who is going to have their way?  6
Not every restaurant encourages customers to “have it your way.”
Chef Matt Danko's popcorn pot de crème 
"It took a bunch of tweaking, but about six recipes later I came up with what’s on the menu now," Danko says.
Shouldn’t customers be friends?  4
Your interaction with customers, new and old, is very personal or should be.
Chefs help celebrate Cleveland's West Side Market centennial
Cleveland’s West Side Market, which is home to more than 100 culturally diverse produce, meat and specialty foods vendors, recently celebrated its centennial anniversary.
Master Mixologists: Rocco Milano 
Milano has been applying his trade for only six years.
Second-string players 
Restaurant Hospitality editor Michael Sanson on restaurant employee shifts
A long journey home 
It took Jason Stoneburner almost 20 years to assume his first role as executive chef, but his journey to Bastille Cafe and Bar in Seattle has led to a nearly perfect neighborhood restaurant.
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