“We always tell people, come for the view, stay for the food,” says Emrah Yesil, food and beverage manager at Buffalo Marriott.
Many couples want Valentine’s Day to be special, and many restaurants, like Buffalo’s Panorama on Seven, have been working for months to give these couples a special experience.
“I see this as a social media and marketing strategy. We have to anticipate this a few months in advance. We are preparing the menu in early January, putting together packages that we want to offer to all of the guests, so working on everything. this over the past two months, and making sure that everyone who comes here today is happy, ”says Jennifer Viterise of Panorama on Seven.
Despite the fact that there are safety precautions in place due to the pandemic, including reduced diners, hand sanitizers, and tables six feet apart, those who work at Panorama on Seven say the demand for Valentine’s Day is always high.
In addition to giving people a wonderful experience, the leaders at Panorama on Seven are working to help support local businesses during the pandemic.
“We want to make sure we’re doing our own things here, but also including the community. Viterise.
“We try to use as much local produce as possible. Even this hand sanitizer, the bottle is local. And Niagara Print did it for us,” Yesil adds.
With the philosophy that mutual support is the best way to get through the pandemic successfully.