3 Authentic Group Dining Experiences for Meetings

3 Authentic Group Dining Experiences for Meetings

By Hayley Panagakis, September 14, 2016

You don’t have to meet overseas to give your attendees international tastes. These three convention city restaurants provide authentic dining experiences that go beyond the plate.

Nakato Japanese Restaurant, Atlanta

There’s a reason CEOs from Japan-based company Yamaha head to Nakato during business meetings in ATL. The restaurant’s three tatami rooms can accommodate up to 24 people combined and are designed with traditional shoji walls and kakemono artwork. A server in a kimono delivers multicourse kaiseki dinners, and guests kick off their shoes before being seated on tatami floor mats.

On the menu: sashimi; egg custard soup; green tea pudding

(Visited 36 times, 1 visits today)

Jordan Atherton, CMP, senior advisor and meeting and event planner at 1st Global, identifies how to create a risk management plan so your attendees are

Event designer Edward Perotti trots around the globe planning exquisite events that exude good nature upon his clients and their attendees.

Planners need to know the “why” to create direct business results for clients.

Check out this list of travel gear to ensure your next vacation or business trip is smooth sailing.

Connect Meetings talks to Sports Management and Tourism Director Chad McKenzie about Round Rock, Texas' expansion into tourism and meetings.

A New England destination guide of the local boozy businesses of breweries and distilleries.

Leftover food and flowers are put to good use through partnerships in the meetings industry.

Host an event that truly gives back.

Join your peers on both sides of the buyer/seller coin as we tackle some of the stickiest RFP issues and ideas on what to do about them.

Trending