• Food & Beverage On Wheels Prove Vintage Is In

     
    POSTED February 25, 2020
     
  • Food & Beverage On Wheels Prove Vintage Is In

     
    POSTED February 25, 2020
     
  • Food & Beverage On Wheels Prove Vintage Is In

     
    POSTED February 25, 2020
     

Vintage is in! These days, companies and consumers alike are straddling the popular quirky vintage vibe with a modern, sleek aesthetic. For those finding themselves in this predicament when it comes to planning events, a food & beverage service on wheels may be the perfect solution.

With an event of almost any kind, food and drinks play an integral role. So much so that many mobile food stations become the central gathering point at any event they service. For the Bubble Brothers Prosecco Van and Get Cozy Vintage Mobile Bars, their authentic and memorable experiences have brought people together to interact with one other, all over food and drinks on wheels.

The mobile design, function, and service is perfect for an event as small as a few dozen to festivals of thousands. The Bubble Brothers have been utilizing a 2002 Piaggio Ape Prosecco van since they brought their UK-based business to New York in early 2019, while Get Cozy has acquired an array of one-of-a-kind vintage vehicles, from 1950s caravan campers to Piaggio Ape mini trucks, since their founding in 2015. On the outside, each vehicle is beautifully designed to perfectly balance feelings of class and coziness. Inside, Bubble Brothers has sparkling wine and spritz cocktails on tap, all served by a personable bartender. Get Cozy designs the vehicle’s inner contents based on the client’s wishes and nature of the event, but in the past have provided everything from alcoholic drinks, coffee, and kombucha to cotton candy and s’mores.

For planners looking to incorporate a mobile bar into their event, if you can dream it, these mobile bars can make it happen.
 
Private hire pricing for Bubble Brothers’ services start around $2,000, while average rentals for Get Cozy start at $1,250 and run in the range of $2,000, all while including drop-off, pickup, bartending, and personalization of food. Clients can make their experience one that is truly original and all their own.

Whether the food & beverage on wheels  is the focal point or an informal element of your event, it will surely be admired and enjoyed. The classic upscale offerings of Bubble Brothers and Get Cozy pair perfectly with the vintage tinge of the overall experience and is one that is sure to be enjoyed by any who catch it rolling by.

San Antonio wholesale grocer Edward Franz Melcher opened Hotel Havana in 1914 as a guest house for his customers. Melcher infused the building with a tropical allure through the use of Mediterranean Revival architecture. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located on the River Walk. In 2010, it came under the ownership of the hospitality organization Bunkhouse.

 

Highline, a 116-room modern mountain resort, opened its doors in west Vail just in time for the 2019/2020 ski season. An elevated cabin-in-the woods aesthetic flows throughout the property, from the A-frame communal lobby and restaurant to cozy guest rooms and spacious loft suites. The interior features weathered woods, slate and leather accents in a palette of soothing neutrals and region- ally inspired art and fixtures.

 

Getting to Utah’s capital city will be even faster, easier and sleeker with the opening of the first phase of the new Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) in September, the first new hub airport to be built in the United States in the 21st century. The $3.6 billion project has two phases, with the South Concourse opening in 2020 and the North Concourse set to launch in 2024.