Breakfast for the group opens at 630AM and the buffet needs to be reviewed at 6AM and the bacon should really be test tasted.
Breakfast often includes delicious fragrant fresh made waffles (insert croissant, muffins, grits)
Even when you are being healthy and having oatmeal and cottage cheese and scrabbled eggs there’s a reason they are more delicious at a hotel than at home. That reason is butter.
You will be working in your hotel conference room turned office filled with your colleagues and a butler (yes, a butler) will enter that office and say something like “The Ritz-Carlton Worldwide Indian Chef consultant who creates and executes Indian wedding menus around the world is in the hotel today and she made these samosoas” while handing you a piping hot and delicious tray of those samosoas.
The hotel will have a new, beautiful farm to table restaurant and the chef and bar manager will come to your conference room turned office with pimento cheese snacks and a demonstration on shaken vs stirred martinis. All that needs to be taste tested. And shaken martinis have a slightly larger volume than stirred martinis since the ice becomes bruised and chipped and essentially melts. Bond was fussily ordering a watered down cocktail.
The mini bar Kit Kat – there’s nothing mini about it. And frankly if you are headed to bed at 1AM and call time is 5AM you deserve a kettle chip and it’s such a small bottle of Jack Daniels it’s really just to help you sleep.
Bloody Mary’s are simply tastier at the airport and free in First Class.
When at a event perhaps there was a permit or mapping or signage mistake in the planning that will now be ‘corrected on the curb” People who set up and man what every you’ve devises as an appropriate curb correction like donuts so it’s best to have them on hand.
Who orders brown rice and vegetables from room service? I’ll have the bacon cheeseburger. Please tell the delivery person to refrain from telling me that I ‘look tired”
If you are on the run at an event the burrito at Chipotle is just easier to eat! Everyday. And of course I’ll have the chips …someone will eat them.
Every time you walk into someone’s office there’s an extra bag of chips from Chipotle.
Big staff dinners mean eating more in a group http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2083736/
Have you had a pig in a blanket or a coconut shrimp from a hot box in a hotel back hallway during cocktail reception? They are just better that way. Truth.
Wine. Starbucks. Wine. Starbucks. Cookies.