Sake Dojo in Los Angeles offers the largest collection of sake in the US. More than a hundred bottles of sake are available and forty are preserved to perfection thanks to five Enoline ELITE 8!
Sake is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran. It is usually referred to as “japanese wine” and is the perfect pairing with japanese food.
As wine, it is refined and delicate with many flavor notes, such as fruits, flowers, herbs, and spices. Many sakes have notes of apple from and banana. a good sake tasting requires the bottle to be in perfect condition of preservation.
Sake is served chilled, at room temperature or heated, depending on the preference of the drinker, the quality of the sake, and the season.
For all these reasons our wine dispensers are perfectly adapted to help preserve sakes and offer the best tasting experience! No one is better to say it than Sake Dojo LA owner, Don Tahara: “the key piece of equipment that allows for us to provide testing is an Enomatic wine preservation systems”!
Experience & Enjoy Enomatic at Atlanta History Center
It’s been a few months now that Enomatic installed three eno ONE dispensers at Atlanta History Center. If you happen to travel to the beautiful city of Atlanta or just live near-by, it’s another reason to go visit it and discover more about the great history of the city while sipping a nice glass of wine after your visit or during your lunch at Souper Jenny. And with a book shop next to the bar, it’s always good to take your time with a book and some wine, it makes it even better!
This month the HX:Expo in New York celebrated it’s centenary with a major revamp. Quality and commitment remain paramount for the most important trade show in the North America’s hospitality industry, but the show is looking forward to the next 100 years with the introduction of a new layout, live presentations and panel discussions.
Many awards were presented throughout the show including the ‘Foodservice Pioneering Concept’. The proud winner of this award was Bienvenu, a collaboration between Architectural firm Bruner/Cott and foodservice design and consulting firm Colburn & Guyette of Massachussets.
Bienvenu is a mobile Tapas & Wine Bar – a silently unfolding table which transforms into a bar with seats, POS counter, cold display case and a wine bar.
The concept, serving a minimalist menu of a dozen or so small-plate selections is completely self-contained with the exception of a roll-in, roll-out under counter refrigeration unit (to store in the host site kitchen). Bienvenu folds away completely when the unit is closed.
“Bienvenu is a concept that can fit a niche in a variety of settings. Its upscale, minimalist approach provides an ‘out of the box’ option to grab-n-go customers, where they can stop and relax with a glass of wine and small plate for a while and then be on their way again”
What do you get if you cross traditional Cajun cuisine with fine dining? According to Lake Charles chef and entrepreneur Andrew Green you get the brand new 1910 Restaurant! Named for the great 1910 fire, the vision for his ‘wine bar and fine dining restaurant’ is a fusion of the best of both of these worlds given a new twist of Green’s own originality. Green hopes that 1910 will put Lake Charles firmly on the culinary map following in the footsteps of LA’s renowned food hotspots, Lafayette and of course, New Orleans.
The Lake Charles native has certainly done his homework and one thing he has learned is that generally, customers prefer to drink wine by the glass. There will be a strong focus on pairing wine with his locally inspired dishes. With this in mind, 1910 has installed two Enomatic Elite 2.5 8 bottle dispensers behind the bar. The dispensers take pride of place and offer diners the opportunity to sample a range of up to 16 wines.
Doors are now open so go along to 1910 and enjoy some Lake Charles hospitality, fusion dining and a glass or two of perfectly poured wine from Andrew Green and of course, Enomatic!
Contact: 1910 Restaurant, 320 Division Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601
Riccardo Ullio of U Restaurants opens NOVO Pizza this month within Atlanta’s Dunwoody Hall. Ullio, who owns Fritti and Sotto Sotto has conceptualized a family oriented venue serving restaurant quality dishes at fast food speeds.
Novo’s menu, heavily influenced by Ullio’s Italian roots feature pizza, pasta, risotto and salads is accompanied by a wide range of wines served by the bottle or in 2, 4 or 6 oz glasses from Enomatic’s Elite 8 bottle system.
Sotto Sotto is already a proud recipient of The Wine Spectators Award of Excellence and Enomatic is now delighted to share Riccardo Ullio’s commitment to good quality wine poured at its freshest and best.
Tables will be available for patrons wishing to sit and savor their beverage of choice when Novo opens it doors to hungry clients.
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Website: Novo Pizzeria