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Andrew Latz's Knife & Fork Inn - Atlantic City, NJ
www.knifeandforkinn.com, 21 Nov 2004 [cached]
Andrew LatzThe Knife & Fork Inn29 South Albany AvenueAtlantic City, NJ 08401
...Andrew Latz, Proprietordrewlatz@hotmail.com
The Polite Child -- Catering to Everyone - Article in Press of Atlantic City
www.politechild.com, 24 Nov 2002 [cached]
"It's always nice to go out and have a pleasant dinner, and on Thanksgiving, if there's someone in your family who doesn't want turkey, well, there are always other options," said Andrew Latz, owner of the Knife & Fork Inn in Atlantic City.One of the benefits of dining at a restaurant, Latz noted, is that everyone gets to choose their own dinner - which eliminates squabbles over the type of dressing and the vegetable selection.Another benefit is an increase in politeness.
"People tend to have their company manners on when they are out.You go to the restaurant and nobody fights.It keeps everything a lot more amicable," said Latz
, whose restaurant this year is offering a special holiday menu and wine selection for the holiday.
This is all well and good if you are hosting the holiday meal and can make decisions about where and what your family will eat.But what if you're a guest?What do you do if your mother still insists on cooking the holiday meal, even though she
burned more meals than a turkey has feathers?
www.restaurant-marketing.net, 16 Aug 2002 [cached]
"An opera is food to the soul," says Andrew Latz, owner of Knife and Fork Inn in Atlantic City, N.J. In celebration of opera singer Andrea Bocelli's Atlantic City performance, the Knife and Fork Inn presented guests with "A Night at the Opera."The event featured a performance by a local opera singer, giveaways of Bocelli's CDs and a drawing for a pair of tickets to the Metropolitan Opera of New York City for the premier of "War and Peace" on Valentine's Day.
"The Night at the Opera was a wonderful promotion for our restaurant," Latz
says."It created the buzz that we wanted."
Since the event was held in early December, Latz
says the exposure benefited the restaurant's holiday party season.
"One gentleman who was in attendance was still unsure about where to book his
holiday party," Latz
says."After the event he
told me how impressed he
was, and he
booked a party shortly after."
Drawing 75 to 100 guests, Latz
says that the event brought in new faces to the Knife
and Fork as well as old ones.
"The thing that surprised us most about that night was the guests' attire," Latz
says."People showed up all decked out in their tuxes and formal dresses."
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Restaurant Marketing - Appetizers
www.restaurant-marketing.net, 21 June 2002 [cached]
"An opera is food to the soul," says Andrew Latz, owner of Knife and Fork Inn in Atlantic City, N.J. In celebration of opera singer Andrea Bocelli's Atlantic City performance, the Knife and Fork Inn presented guests with "A Night at the Opera."
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Greater Atlantic City Hotel Motel Association
www.gachma.com, 11 Sept 2002 [cached]
Andrew Latz 29 South Albany Avenue Altantic City, NJ