A behind-the-scenes look at Temple Square Hospitality's preparation for general conference
On conference Saturday, the restaurant reaches capacity, serving 300 people for lunch and 500 for dinner, but dinner on conference Saturday is not much different for the restaurant than dinner on a regular weekend. For both, it fills to capacity and runs with a full staff.
According to Barbara Roberts, manager of the Roof Restaurant, “It’s really a science at this point because we only have so many seats.”
The whole mood of the restaurant changes after the priesthood session of general conference. The pianist plays more jazzy tunes and church songs than on a regular day, and the restaurant is full of men in white shirts and ties.
The Roof Restaurant is open from 4:30 p.m. to closing time for dinner on conference Saturday.
For more information about the restaurants on Temple Square, call 801-539-3100 or visit www.templesquarehospitality.com.
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