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Dine Company – The Restaurant Store is the largest restaurant supply store in the Midwest region with over 30,000 square feet of shopping space. With our broad selection of new and used restaurant equipment and supplies, you’re sure to find everything you need for your foodservice establishment.
At Dine Company, We Make Foodservice Easier with our experienced and knowledgeable team. Our team members are product specialists who can help find the right product for your needs. We’re able to help you with any of your questions from “Why isn’t my fryer staying lit?” to “What’s the right blender to use in my bar?”. Experience the difference our knowledge and services make!
If you Prep, Cook, or Serve food, Dine Company serves you. We do not require a membership to shop and all foodies are welcome! Shop in-store, shop online, or save time and shop online with free store pick-up.
Are you interested in a new piece of equipment, but want to see it in action before you purchase? Speak with one of our team members about equipment demos in our Demo Kitchen. We encourage restaurant operators, executive chefs, and foodservice directors to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to try before you buy.
Our Demo Kitchen is also used to host RATIONAL combi oven demos including live cooking with a factory chef and rep. RATIONAL combi ovens combine a convection oven, steamer, and broiler into a single piece of equipment. If you’ve never seen a combi oven before, you’ll be amazed at what it can do. See our combi oven demo schedule here then give us a call to attend one of the demos.
Contact us today for product availability and to learn more about all we have to offer. Call 502-637-3232 or email us at email@example.com for immediate assistance.
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