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This winter, we’re launching Adelaide Evergreen by Robert Gordon Australia, featuring a new colorway for LMTprovisions in partnership with Steelite.

A rich reactive glaze reminiscent of forest ferns interacts boldly with Adelaide’s uniquely embossed rim. This complete range includes classic round sizes needed for any operation (6 ½”, 8 ½”, 10 3/8”), four stackable nesting bowls and a 2 ½ ounce ramekin. Adelaide also features a signature oblong tray suitable for sharing or a more imaginative presentation.

Our collaborations with Robert Gordon Australia continue to blossom. We can’t wait to show you what’s in store when the snow melts.

…if you’re searching for the perfect winter white to match Evergreen, this collection is also currently in stock in Birch.

Request more information on Adelaide Evergreen and Birch by sending us an email at LMT@singerequipment.com.

Tucked away near the gothic corner of 26th and Broadway, there’s a garden in full bloom. Step into Il Fiorista and you’ll be welcomed by an entryway table bursting with bouquets of floral arrangements. We’ll be frequenting this new Italian all-day spot in 2020—it’s steps away from our New York City showroom.

Il Fiorista’s dining room extends into a glowing space that’s right on track with what New York diners are looking for. Executive Chef Garrison Price sourced dinnerware patterns that would speak to a curated, homemade space that still very much hosts itself as a restaurant. Price’s attention to detail and support for sustainable manufacturing is why we’re featuring him as the face of our Total Food Service advertisement this year.

PAX by Figgjo Norway, a collection of dinnerware featuring unique beveled edges and earthy, hand-sprayed colorways, serves as the canvas for most of Price’s menu.

Complementing Figgjo’s high gloss, culinary grade porcelain is the sleek, satin-matte finish of Felt+Fat. The small batch, made-in-Philadelphia perfectionist in porcelain that’s on the horizon for even more greatness with the dawn of a new decade, and new production methods.

The selection of these two preferred partners showcases the collaborative dynamic at the core of dinnerware manufacturing and distribution.

We’re proud to feature these brands in our booth during the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show this year. Join us March 8th-10th and see it for yourself! For complimentary admission to the show, click here.

In this month’s issue of Total Food Service magazine, Morgan Tucker explains how she’s turning resolutions into reality. Offering a sneak peak into her hospitality-forward literature list for 2020, Tucker gives us more than just ‘something to think about’—she gives us food and beverage homework for the New Year that we’re excited to devour.

Read the full article here.

Picture your favorite cocktail, immaculately crafted, whether up or on the rocks. Before you taste it, pick up the glass, feeling the cool condensation. Take a sip. Now open your eyes. What glass was your drink in? Did you pick a classic, sheer-rim coupe glass, or maybe a sturdy rocks glass?

Stolzle’s Fleur-de-Lis is a collection of the classic glassware we dream about. This brilliant, German crystal is truly the archetype. Fleur-de-Lis cocktail glasses are perfect to complement a variety of tabletops. Whether accented with subtle decor or simply featuring the sheer brilliance of crystalline glass, this collection will add a classic touch to an innovative mixology program.

A classic Nick & Nora, coupe, highball, and rocks glass round out this classic collection. We’re stocking undecorated standards, as well as glassware with a vintage inspired Fleur-de-Lis motif. Each glass has been delicately etched with a stylized fleur pattern, allowing the mixologist to craft new innovations, in vessels inspired by trends of yester-year.

For samples and more information, please contact LMT@singerequipment.com.

Imagine a dinnerware collection that combines the fun, playful qualities of enamelware (we know, you want it) with the weight and feel of culinary grade porcelain.


Dreams do come true with the introduction of Tin Tin, a collection that has recreated the imperfect retro rims of old school campware in high density porcelain.

Luzerne is no stranger to innovation. This Singaporean factory has been churning out leading lines in the international world of tabletop design for decades. Tin Tin, however, is highly Americanized and perfect for our fall tablescapes. Available in six different shades, our favorite features a dark collegiate green band on white porcelain. It’s called British Green, and it complements the other five colors available in this collection, including bright yellow, green and pink pastels.

Tin Tin is now in stock for immediate delivery. For product inquiries, please contact LMT@singerequipment.com.

Cocktail by Kevin Denton Rex, clover leaf garnish by The Chef’s Garden

In celebration of the summer sun, we’re offering an exclusive promotion on Gold Miners double old fashioned glasses now through Labor Day.

Any order for our 15 ounce old fashioned with a 24 karat gold rim, you’ll receive a full set of copper bar tools!

Act now on this limited time offer and follow @LMTprovisions on Instagram for a series of hot deals we’re setting on your table this summer.

For more information, send an email to LMT@singerequipment.com.  

In partnership with Felt+Fat, we’re launching Kensington, our latest dinnerware collection curated for sharing.

This menagerie of minimalist shapes comes in a calming palette of saturated neutrals, including taupe, pigeon gray, slate black and satin white.

Photo credit: @boqueria via Instagram

Elevate your pastry and buffet displays with these mix and match-able platters, available in 11 ½” and 12 ½” rounds as well as 12”x7” rectangles.

To complement our debut Canopy collection with Felt+Fat, we’ve also brought in the highly functional 8” nesting bowl, our ideal coupe vessel.

Photo credit: @boqueria via Instagram

Felt+Fat is known most ubiquitously for bright, poppy glaze colors, but we’re equally impressed with their design team’s ability to refine and perfect these four neutral tones. Felt+Fat’s entire range of dinnerware and coffee service pieces, which are made in the heart of Philadelphia, can be delivered from our Elverson warehouse five days a week.

All items mentioned here are in stock and shoppable via our website.

For wholesale Felt+Fat inquiries, please contact LMT@singerequipment.com.

Tales of the Cocktail New Orleans

Every year, bartenders, mixologists and beverage enthusiasts descend upon the city of New Orleans for Tales of the Cocktail. In this month’s issue of Total Food Service, Morgan Tucker explains why this week-long bonanza of thirst quenching sensational events and parties is transforming the hospitality world one ‘clink’ at a time. Read the full article here.

Get inspired by shopping our products here.

Rotondo meets the high quality standards of all Arthur Krupp porcelain. The German, feldspathic clay is actually harder than steel! Careful firing over 50 hours and an excellent fusion of ingredients give the porcelain its characteristics of hardness, texture, lack of porosity and resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. All pieces are oven, microwave and (of course) dishwasher safe, and will match cleanly with any other porcelain brands.

Rotondo is further elevated by the line’s wide range of shapes. Classic coupe plates and bowls, maximizing plating area, anchor the collection. These are supplemented by unique accessories, large format options and, of course, full tea and coffee service. Everything for anything, anywhere – be it a dining room, guestroom, or banquet hall – morning, noon, and night!

Rotondo porcelain on display

For more information on Rotondo, drop us a line at LMT@singerequipment.com! We always love to hear from you.

Or shop hundreds of other products here.

Drinique Coupe
Cocktail by Kevin Denton Rex / Kinome leaf garnish courtesy of The Chef’s Garden

Drinique was founded in 2007, and since its genesis, has become the industry leader in shatter resistant drinkware. In this month’s issue of Total Food Service magazine, Sarah Bulmer writes about what it takes to make it and not break it in a product category saturated with copycats and fakers, proving that Drinique is truly the only way to drink unique.
Read the full article here.