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Hotel Food & Beverage. The Banquet Department. Key Terms. Banquet Convention Clients Banquet Event Order Banquet Manager Banquet Servers Banquet Setup Staff. Banquet Department. The banquet department handles all special food events at a hotel.

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hotel food beverage

Hotel Food & Beverage

The Banquet Department

key terms
Key Terms
  • Banquet
  • Convention
  • Clients
  • Banquet Event Order
  • Banquet Manager
  • Banquet Servers
  • Banquet Setup Staff
banquet department
Banquet Department
  • The banquet department handles all special food events at a hotel.
  • A banquet is food served in honor of a special occasion.
  • There are two types of banquets:
    • Business Banquet
    • Social Banquet
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Banquet Department
  • The term banquet includes receptions.
  • Business banquets are often planned during conventions and business meetings.
  • A convention is a large meeting, usually sponsored by a group for its members.
  • In addition, career and technical student organizations hold conventions.
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Banquet Department
  • During a convention, banquets are held for business meeting, awards ceremonies, receptions, networking, and socializing.
  • Banquet occasions include:
    • Awards Ceremonies
    • Weddings
    • Bar Mitzvahs
    • Graduations
    • Birthdays
    • Proms
    • Anniversary
booking the banquet
Booking The Banquet
  • A banquet is booked through the sales department.
  • The sales department separates banquets into two categories:
    • Single Event Banquet
    • Meeting Banquet
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Booking The Banquet
  • In a single event banquet, the purpose is the banquet.
  • Single events can be
    • Business
    • Social
  • Banquet customers are often called clients.
  • In a meeting banquet, the banquet is a part of a larger event
    • Meeting banquets are usually part of a business convention.
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Booking The Banquet
  • The banquet event order is a written record of all the decisions that have been made about what the client wants during the banquet.
  • The event order can include:
    • The number of people
    • Time of banquet
    • Type of service
    • Choice of foods
    • Timing of courses
    • Room setup
    • Décor
    • Audiovisual needs
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Banquet Department Staff
  • The banquet manager is responsible for making sure that all aspects of each banquet run smoothly
    • They are also responsible for making sure that the instructions from the sales department and clients are carried out.
  • The banquet chef is responsible for feeding all large groups in the hotel.
    • They are also responsible for any buffet and showpieces such as ice sculptures.
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Banquet Department Staff
  • The banquet servers are responsible for serving food and beverage during the banquet
  • The banquet setup staff is responsible for moving and arranging the room dividers, tables, and chairs
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Banquet Department Staff
  • The audiovisual staff may be in house or from an outside company. They are responsible for:
    • Projection screens
    • Overhead
    • Data projections
    • Microphones
    • Public address system
    • Music equipment