5 hospitality trends to look out for as we move further into 2023

Emily May Kong
August 17th, 2023
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As we move further into 2023, there are several trends in the hospitality industry that chefs, restaurant owners, and other foodservice venue owners should be aware of. These trends will not only shape consumer behavior but also influence the way we approach food and dining experiences.

1. Health and Safety

With the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, health and safety measures are more important than ever before. It is essential that restaurants and other foodservice venues continue to prioritize the health and safety of their customers. Regular cleaning and sanitizing protocols should be maintained, and the use of contactless technologies such as mobile ordering and payment can help minimize person-to-person contact.

2. Personlisation

3. Local Sourcing

4. Virtual Dining

As virtual reality technology continues to evolve, virtual dining experiences are becoming more popular. By offering virtual dining experiences, you can tap into a new market of customers who are looking for unique and immersive dining experiences. These virtual dining experiences can include everything from themed environments to interactive cooking classes.

4. Social Media

Social media continues to play a significant role in the hospitality industry. Platforms like Instagram and TikTok are driving consumer trends and shaping the way people discover and engage with restaurants. Chefs and foodservice venue owners who can create visually appealing and shareable dishes are likely to benefit from this trend. By sharing photos and videos of your dishes on social media, you can attract new customers and build a loyal following.


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Staying ahead of these upcoming trends is essential for chefs, restaurant owners, and other foodservice venue owners who want to remain competitive in the industry. By prioritizing health and safety, offering personalized experiences, sourcing locally and sustainably, offering virtual dining experiences, and leveraging social media, you can attract new customers and keep their existing customers coming back for more. By embracing these trends, you can expect to position yourself for success in 2023 and beyond.

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