One of the certainly most "under appreciated" of all the European brands that grace restaurant and hotel tabletops in the U.S. is the famed brand - Guy Degrenne
. A leader in style and decor for more than 60 years in France and around the globe, the name Guy Degrenne has become a restaurant tabletop standard for flatware, glassware, and porcelain.
With clean, sleek designs - whether in metal or porcelain - Guy Degrenne says to a restaurant's guests that they care enough to use the best professional products in their service. From contemporary to classic, shapes, styles, and designs from Guy Degrenne meet the highest standards for quality and design. Sylvain Dubuisson's
SD1 porcelain dinnerware design for Guy Degrenne
(above right) has both rounds and squares, enabling unique and nearly unlimited opportunities for combining and layering effects.
The metal serving and tabletop accessories from Guy Degrenne
share the same style genes as their porcelain and flatware counterparts. Being forged from quality and styled from fashion, restaurateurs and banqueting managers understand that to choose their products from Guy Degrenne,
they are choosing products that are made to last and whose designs will remain relevant for years to come.
Domaine (top) and Mambo (bottom are just two of the glassware lines from Guy Degrenne
So, while the Guy Degrenne brand has become a standard for professional quality in Europe, it is only beginning to be known in America. With the products being marketed under the Table de France banner and being stocked in New Jersey, industry veteran Jim Fagan leads the effort to expand the Guy Degrenne brand in America. The combination of style, quality, and global hospitality leadership makes in inevitable that as more restaurant professionals come to understand the Guy Degrenne story, they will make the choice that European chefs and restaurateurs have been making since 1948.
To learn more about the Guy Degrenne
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