New food terminal construction projects, such as the soon-to-rise Negros First Palapala and Food Terminal, are booming right now, but just because the market is hot, it does not ensure success. Smart food terminal owners know that attracting a diner’s attention is harder than ever. In coastal cities like Bacolod, people can get seafood anywhere, so the goal is to set your seafood apart. Sure, luring diners can be done through menu selections and creating a nice ambiance, but more food terminal owners are realizing that creating an experience with a unique commercial construction project can be a winning recipe for success.
This isn’t a completely new concept in food terminal construction, but it’s safe to say it has become a bit more sophisticated. This kind of local food terminal construction has its origins in the fishermen’s market model during the 1990s, where, owners strove to lure clients with the freshest seafood experience and interactive selection options. The food and drinks were good, but the social atmosphere and entertainment were what really drew patrons.
Dynamic Builders and Construction Company Incorporated can also see this kind of experiential food terminal construction in successful theme restaurants like the Manokan Country. People rarely talk about the food they have at these establishments, but instead visit because of the dining experience they offer.
Food terminal owners now are taking this new restaurant construction to the next level and developing attractions that are destinations in their own right. It’s been a huge success so far.
Concert venues have become a popular option for new food terminal construction too. These aren’t hastily slapped together stages as an afterthought, but rather food terminal owners consciously deciding to make live music and entertainment a part of their full-service restaurant.
In another twist in the food terminal construction game, some owners are building out new restaurant locations into established or developing business areas to help create a more well-rounded experience. This is particularly true for the Negros First Palapala and Food Terminal where just across the road is the ongoing massive construction site of the soon-to-rise Ayala Shopping Center and Residences. Just imagine the huge potential where shoppers who wanted a brief respite from commercial modernity only has to cross the road to enjoy delicious seafood fresh from the sea.
This shopping and dining experience provide variation which can attract more customers and help keep the revenue stream steady.
As you witness the rise of Negros First Palapala and Food Terminal construction in the coming months, expect to see more concepts that offer a unique experience. In many cases, a fresh menu isn’t enough to get diners excited anymore. They want entertainment and an experience they can talk about.