Dine Company – The Restaurant Store is your source for time saving tools for your restaurant’s prep and service needs.
The right tools in your restaurant can provide consistent, cost effective and safe product preparation. Once you experience the ease, speed and diversity of these little jewels of the trade, you’ll wonder how you ever accomplished anything without them.
This discussion begins and ends with determining the best equipment for your specific and unique prep needs. Listed below you will find our top recommendations for equipment vital to the execution of your food and beverage prep needs.
Many restaurants have developed a beverage program AFTER purchasing one of these blenders. Operators come to realize the ease of maintaining this equipment and the consistent results they get from these blenders. We want to help you do some investigating and get your wheels spinning on the opportunities you can create with these blenders.
The Waring BB150 blender was developed with your bar blending needs in mind.
This blender can be used for blending bar mixes like simple syrup or for bases for flavored teas and blended coffee drinks. It makes easy work of fruit purees for coladas, margaritas and smoothies. This blender has a ½ HP motor and crushes ice in seconds. It has a huge 48 oz. container with an opening in the lid to add ingredients as you blend and a 6 foot cord. A bartender’s best friend!!
The Vitamix BarBoss Advance. We think the name says it all. This blender is the essential tool for adding or expanding your business’ blended beverage program. This blender houses a 2 HP motor. It offers 6 optimized programs and has an automatic shut off. That means you can start blending for one guest and go take another guests order without having to worry about over mixing or burning the blender up!!
Pitchers full of smoothies, frozen lattes or gallons and gallons of fruit puree, all at your fingertips and at lightning speed.
The Waring BB180 blender blurs the line between FOH and BOH applications. Because the base of this blender will accommodate a stainless steel or a polycarbonate container, this blender can be used for hot or cold blending needs. However, it is imperative to use the correct container. Generally speaking, the stainless steel container should be used for ALL hot product blending. This blender will blend, crush and chop and has a ¾ HP motor. The operator can choose from high, low or pulse settings.
These blenders do way more than just mix things up…they are the catalyst for new, boundless opportunities and ideas! Cheers to that!