Everyone on social media knows that fashion and food are always trendy topics. It’s basically commonplace to capture a picture before you dive into a beautifully-presented meal. If you add a luxury brand’s allure, you can bet people will flock to show off their experience.
Those who dine at luxury eateries expect an upscale environment with food to match. It takes specific strategies to ensure restaurants limit food costs and waste, so brands must keep up with trends while prioritizing finances and sustainability. These restaurants sometimes have staples, like Tiffany’s Blue Box Café, which serves the Breakfast at Tiffany, but they still need to update their menus to stay fresh.
That’s a key reason behind why many luxury cafes are simply cafes. While designer restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch and dinner are popular, Prada’s Bar Luce in Milan, Italy, serves as an example of a luxury eatery that only offers small bites like pastries and paninis. It’s a way to provide an exceptional experience to customers without the need to become a full-fledged restaurant.