• A Purposeful Partnership

    AISD & Mission Restaurant Supply: A PURPOSEFUL PARTNERSHIP

    Although our name may suggest that Mission is merely a restaurant supply company, in reality, that is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Over the past 29 years, we have grown into a full-service dealer serving all kinds of food service businesses, from hotels to hospitals, C-Stores to supermarkets, bakeries to bars, and casual to fine dining restaurants.

    Additionally, one of the largest sectors that we work with is schools, including both kindergarten through 12th grade and colleges & universities.

    We are very honored to work with independent school districts across Texas, one of which includes Austin Independent School District (AISD). Chef Louis Ortiz is the Executive Chef at AISD and a great friend and partner of our team.

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  • [Infographic] Ice Machines: Should You Buy or Lease?

    "Should I buy or lease an ice machine?"

    We get this question all the time. The answer is... it depends!

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  • Alamo Drafthouse: Bringing Together Great Food, Film, and Drinks Since 1997

    The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

    Going to the movies is often the best medicine after a long work week. Here at Mission Restaurant Supply, we love indulging in a trip to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas.

    The Alamo Drafthouse was founded in Austin, Texas, in 1997 by Tim and Karrie League. Today, there are locations across Texas and in widespread locales across the United States, from Denver, Colorado, to Ashburn, Virginia, to name a few.

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  • Shoal Creek Saloon's Steady Success

    Shoal Creek Saloon's Steady Success

    Though Austin has grown drastically in recent years, there are still a few special places that have endured the boom unchanged. Shoal Creek Saloon, located on Lamar and 9th Street, is one such place and a favorite of ours at Mission Restaurant Supply!

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  • Elevated Dining in the Alamo City

    The Cured Craftsman

    When we think of restaurants that have become a staple in the San Antonio community, Silo Elevated Cuisine comes first to mind.

    Dining at a Silo restaurant is a study in balance. Patrons love that it is both upscale and relaxed, sophisticated yet unstuffy. The menu reflects a commitment to fine, modern dining with presentations that are always inventive and service that is unfailingly top-notch. It's a place to return to, always serving epicurean experiences that linger in memory.

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  • The Cured Craftsman

    The Cured Craftsman

    In the restaurant industry, there are few things more important than originality and a creative spirit. Having a unique, clear vision can be difficult in such a saturated market, but when one is dreamt up and wisely executed upon, good things are sure to follow.

    Chef Steve McHugh is one such visionary bringing creativity and originality to the Texas restaurant scene.

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  • Mi Tierra Serves Up Mexican Comida, Familia & Cultura in the Heart of San Antonio

    San Antonio’s Special Recipe:

    Mi Tierra and Mission Restaurant Supply

    Close your eyes for a moment, and imagine that you are at your favorite restaurant. You know, the one where you walk in, sit down, and relax immediately. It is the one where you know exactly what to order, and the smiling staff knows your order too! It is the one where somehow, you feel reminded of home, of carefree days, and comfortable surroundings.

    There are few dining institutions that underscore these feelings for us like Mi Tierra Café & Panadería.

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  • Frozen Drink Recipes For Your Summer Menu

    Frozen Drinks are a great way to overcome the heat of summer. As we roll into July, it's time to consider giving the overheated crowds what they want. It’s easy to toss out lemonade or iced tea as an option, but if you really want to set yourself apart and create die-hard fans that last beyond the summer months, put some extra thought into your frozen drink selection.

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  • The Great Tipping Debate

    The Great Tipping Debate

    Each year, restauranteurs see trends that take the industry by storm. In 2016, one of the biggest trends may not be dictating what food goes on the plate, but how your business is structured at a fundamental level.

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  • 11 Unusual Food Fusions

    11 Unusual Food Fusions

    Food fusion is not a new trend. According to Wikipedia, it’s been around since the 70's. Arguably the most familiar version is Tex-Mex and Asian fusion that often combines Japanese Sushi, Korean BBQ and Chinese stir fry. The interesting and delicious combinations are almost limitless.

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