boutique hospitality with a personal touch

 diaz • schloss communications is the premier public relations and marketing agency for hospitality and food + beverage sectors representing top chefs and restaurants both regionally and nationally. We've built a reputation for excelling at the toughest part of PR: getting consistent, positive media attention for our clients.  


In New Jersey, when food + beverage media relations was not front of mind for most media outlets, diaz • schloss communications relocated from New York in 1996 and created a market for food + beverage public relations.


We provide you with a focused plan to reach the right media and the right target audiences.  PR is not a one-size-fits-all proposition.  Every client has unique demands—especially in today's challenging market. dsc knows how to design and execute campaigns that get the job done for you.


From the launch of new chefs ... to the branding and agenting of celebrity wine + spirits pros ... to the introduction of product lines, cookbooks, restaurants and PBS series ... to social networking and monitoring online chatter ... you can trust dsc to position you correctly in your unique market.  


Our smart, persistent, proactive performance over the past 24 years allows us to quickly and correctly assess client needs and meet them successfully. Our team thrives on establishing unique, long-term client and media relationships, and takes pride in presenting our clients as brands sought out by media.  


Let dsc show you how we exceed client expectations for retail wine and food companies; one-off and multiple restaurants; chefs; cookbook authors; wine writers; and food + beverage products and personalities.  From concept consultation to creative, professionally handled strategies and partnerships, we'll help you liaison with and utilize media to bring your story to consumer and trade audiences.

We are dedicated to keeping you competitive.



dsc in the NEWS


Modern Restaurant Management
Storytelling as Restaurant Marketing Vision: Interview with Karen Schloss