The service at District Table and Bar

I think we just give really great service. It isn’t stuffy but it’s also not chewing gum pencil behind the ear, either. The staff as a whole loves what they do and work together as a team for one goal, a great guest experience. They might not call it that when sitting at the local pub after work, but at the end of day, that’s what we do….provide exceptional service, while helping our guests to feel welcome and relaxed. 

The service is food informative, we all care so much about the food and the business as a whole. It feels good to be a part of something so guest centric. From the cocktails to the food everyone really cares about the mission, which is to bring a really great experience to our guest.

When humans relax, we are able to connect more easily with our environment. That’s the perfect time to spend with family, friends and amazing food & beverage. When all of the stars align, we get to facilitate some of the most amazing food memories with our guests. Helping to cement a special moment, with smell and taste is powerful stuff. It actually gives us a ton of great energy to keep going through service. We actually get to be a small part of another person's happiness (is there anything better than that). If you aren’t familiar with the magic of food memories, read on……

Food memories are powerful things. They can transport us back in time to a specific moment, place or person, evoking a flood of emotions and memories. Whether it's the taste of your grandmother's homemade apple pie or the smell of your mother's Sunday roast, food has the ability to evoke strong memories and create a sense of nostalgia.

One of the reasons food memories are so powerful is that they engage multiple senses. The taste, smell, sight and even the sound of a certain food can all trigger memories. The taste of a dish can bring back memories of the first time you tried it, the smell of a certain spice can remind you of a trip to a foreign country, and the sight of a dish can evoke memories of a special occasion.

Food memories also have the power to connect us with our past and our loved ones. A family recipe passed down through generations can connect us with our ancestors and remind us of our heritage. A dish that reminds us of a loved one who has passed away can also bring comfort and joy.

Food memories can also connect us with our culture and traditions. For example, a traditional dish from your culture can remind you of your roots and connect you with your heritage. Eating a certain dish during a holiday can also create a sense of tradition and bring back memories of past celebrations.

Food memories can also be created in the present moment. An experience of trying new foods or visiting a new restaurant can create memories that will last a lifetime. And even small moments, like sharing a meal with friends or family, can create memories that will be cherished for years to come.

In conclusion, food memories are powerful things that have the ability to connect us with our past, present and future. They can evoke strong emotions and bring back memories of people, places, and experiences. Next time you sit down to enjoy a meal, take a moment to reflect on the memories and emotions that the food evokes, and cherish the experience of creating new memories.

Until next time…….eat good food!