Trends we spotted this week – week 22


  • Trends in het kort

At the redaction of Horecatrends we spot a lot of national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write articles about, the smaller trends we use in our column ‘Trends we spotted this week’. This week among others, an article about a butcher shop and restaurant, UberBIKE available in Amsterdam and an overnight stay in the Eiffel Tower! If you like to read the whole article, click the title. Enjoy reading!

Washington Michelin

Washington will be only the fourth American city to be the subject of a current Michelin Guide, after New York, San Francisco and Chicago. Michelin inspectors, who are trained in France, have been surreptitiously dining in Washington restaurants since last fall. Exciting times for the Washington chefs until the stars will be awarded in October.

Butcher shop and restaurant

A good example of ‘blurring’ in Toulouse, France. J’Go restaurant build an elegant retail space attached to the meat-focused restaurant in the French town. The result is a luxurious space designed to emphasize the products available for home cooking, which includes premium cuts of various types of meat.

Cheese without milk

There are many reasons why people are not able to eat dairy products like cheese. Claudia, from Uban Cheesecraft created a DIY kit for dairy-free cheese. This kit gives the opportunity to make dairy-free alternatives, so you still can enjoy cheese with your own chosen ingredients.

UberBIKE available in Amsterdam

A lot of people are cycling to the beach or to a nearby festival during the summer. After enjoying a long day of relaxing or partying, cycling back home is not always the best option. UberBIKE offers the solution for these moments: an affordable ride home, without leaving your bike.

An overnight stay in the Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited tourist attractions and is considered to be the monument of romance. Now it is possible to stay in the Eiffel Tower during the UEFA EURO 2016! HomeAway started a contest on their website where they invite the participants to tell what they would do if the Eiffel Tower would be theirs for one night in 140 characters.

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