How to Support Chefs and Bartenders Right Now
Food tour company offers virtual experiences to keep chefs and bartenders working
By: Avital Tours
Avital Tours released a package of virtual culinary experiences, including a Virtual Chefinar and Virtual Mixologist. The Virtual Chefinar allows you to interact with a local Chef over video chat as you cook a recipe with them from your own kitchen. The Virtual Mixologist teaches you about how to make balanced cocktails, while you learn skills and techniques from a local bartender. Both experiences include an optional ingredient box that shows up at your home with everything you'll need for the Virtual Culinary Experience.
For Avital Ungar, Founder and Owner of Avital Tours, the impact on restaurants is more than just business. "Our restaurant partners have become our friends and family. This is a perfect opportunity to keep chefs and bartenders working and a great option for remote team building, birthday parties and group activities with friends."
Right now thousands of people are out of jobs. And until our lives go back to normal, we need to come together to support our favorite neighborhood pubs, date night bistros, and family cafes. These virtual experiences give chefs and bartenders the opportunity to share their love of food and drink, just like they've done night after night.
Chefs and bartenders interested in being featured can contact email@example.com. If you're interested in booking a group activity, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more at https://avitaltours.com/