Sterling Spoon Brings Market Street Cafe to NCR, Coca-Cola Campuses
Sterling Spoon Culinary Management (SSCM) co-founders John C. Metz and Tom DiGiorgio, who are also creators of Atlanta concepts Market Street Café and Marlow’s Tavern, and Chief Operating Officer/Vice President of Strategic Development Robert Schmitz opened three new Market Street Cafés at the NCR office campuses in Duluth and Suwanee, on Monday, Nov. 5. SSCM also re-opened a corporate café at The Coca-Cola Company office campus in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Thursday, Nov. 15.
“We are thrilled to be able to continually expand our culinary services and work with industry leading companies like NCR and Coca-Cola,” said Schmitz. “It is our pleasure to provide their employees with a place to enjoy a delicious meal in a timely fashion, at a great value,” he added.
Market Street Café offers guests a warm and inviting eatery that defies the common reputation of an office building cafeteria. Each location features lively colors and ambient lighting courtesy of DiGiorgio, who is also president of DK Group, a Florida-based architectural development and contract firm that has designed all Sterling Hospitality dining establishments.
Market Street Café’s menu offers a full line of classic café favorites made with the freshest products and quality ingredients and then served with a twist. The culinary experts at SSCM ensure that everything is prepared from scratch and that the menus change frequently and include daily specials. The company’s farm-to-fork purchasing practices and “a la minute” cooking methods allow for customized menus that feature fresh food from main entrees like hoisin marinated salmon, USDA prime steaks and crab stuffed tilapia to basic staples such as pizza, salads and sandwiches created from house cooked sirloin, turkey breast and more. The range of dining options is designed to suit both the boardroom and the mail room at these office campuses. SSCM’s cafes also offer vegetarian options to accommodate special dietary needs, and the company’s signature Live Well initiative ensures menu items meet nationally accepted dietary guidelines in order to give guests guaranteed healthy and nutritious dining options. As a result, companies like NCR and Coca-Cola are able to provide their employees with the tools to maintain a healthy lifestyle as an added amenity.
The three cafés on the NCR campuses serve 2,500 people. The café at Coca-Cola serves 700 people. All of the cafés operate between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. and are open to the public.
The culinary management company’s roster of well-respected clients also includes Aflac, Avon, Cousins Properties HQ, Global Payments and BlueLinx, the country’s largest distributor of building products. These corporations look to SSCM because of the trusted food service provider’s homegrown approach to creating unique, customized menus for each venue.
SSCM’s catering services also include formal catered events, casual meetings, refreshment services and eco-friendly trays. For more details on SSCM’s services, visit www.sterlingspoon.com.
About Sterling Spoon Culinary Management
Sterling Spoon Culinary Management owns and operates public and private corporate cafés throughout Georgia such as Bistro 191 and Market Street Café. The company, owned by Sterling Hospitality, was founded on a food-first philosophy that combines talented chefs, dedicated employees and outstanding culinary and financial management to provide clients with extraordinary food and hospitality with an innovative retail approach. With a creative flair and a thoughtful Farm to Fork initiative, the chefs develop appetizing options that are wholesome, fresh and reasonably priced. Sterling Spoon Culinary Management is located at 4470 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Suite 465; 678-395-7066. For more information, visit www.sterlingspoon.com.
About Sterling Hospitality
Sterling Hospitality is the parent company of Marlow’s Tavern and Sterling Spoon Culinary Management. The restaurant management group was founded by Restaurateurs John C. Metz and Tom DiGiorgio with the opening of its first restaurant location in 1997. Each Sterling Hospitality establishment is committed to high-quality, chef-driven cuisine and outstanding guest service. The locally based company strives to provide affordable luxury to guests with personalized hospitality. Sterling Hospitality also places a major emphasis on community involvement and has partnered with several non-profit organizations throughout its 24 years of business including Special Olympics Georgia, Share Our Strength and Atlanta Community Food Bank.