Partner Spotlight: Omni-Rinse

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Omni Rinse Hospitality Technology

  The Omni-Rinse Story The Omni-Rinse 3-in- 1 Rinse Station was designed, developed, and tested exhaustively in the field by Naoki Sonoda, a bartender with over 15 years of experience. He wanted to create a solution that would allow him to work faster and more efficiently. Naoki found that what slowed him down behind the bar more than anything was … Read More

Hospitality technology solutions for restaurants and bars

Candace MorganArticles, Bar & Restaurant Builders, Bar Talk, Behind the scenes, Hospitality Technology

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Technology is becoming an integral part of how restaurants and bars run daily business. The future of hospitality is connected and Internet of Things (IoT) Technology solutions are transforming restaurants and bars. This connection allows businesses to effectively communicate with their customers like never before, to and from internal departments, enable automatic orders with vendors, and even access essential vitals … Read More

Behind the scenes: Building the NEW Lady Gregory Old Town bar

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Commercial bar restaurant builders

Take a look behind the scenes with Chicago Bar Shop bar builders, and check out what we’re working on right now. Currently in the shop is a large project for the new Lady Gregory’s bar which will be located on Wells St. in Chicago’s trendy Old Town neighborhood. The bar is scheduled to open late spring 2017, and this bar is … Read More

Cocktail Glasses: How glassware creates the perfect drinking experience

Louise McLoughlinArticles, Bar Talk, Classic Cocktails, Cocktail History

Cocktail Glassware matters

In the world of bar frequentation there are few things more disappointing than ordering a cocktail, only to have it presented to you in the wrong glass. To many, the disappointment may seem irrational – does the glassware really make that much of a difference to the taste and experience of the drink? Or to put it more concisely: is … Read More