Design-Build expertise for restaurants, bars, hotels and more


PDL is proud to deliver restaurant and bar equipment as well as smallwares, tabletop, disposables, and janitorial supplies. We offer full-service design including computer-aided layouts that will maximize your operation’s efficiency, safety, and profitability.

When investing in a new project, you can count on PDL to support and guide you every step of the way: including specifying equipment, sharing the latest technology, and following industry standards and local requirements. Whether you need smallwares to replenish your project or consultation on a bigger scope, we understand the need for collaboration to create your desired vision. Our service includes international shipping, local delivery, installation, and project management with the emphasis on getting your new operation up and running.

Representing some of the biggest name brands in the industry, our equipment team attends the National Restaurant Association Show and The NAFEM Food Service and Equipment Show to meet up with suppliers; ensuring our relationships remain strong and new innovations are brought back to our valued customers. 

With notable equipment projects such as Mario’s, Agua, Blue Stone Lane, Kirk Market Kitchen, Health City Kitchen, and Market Street Group, we are excited to expand our portfolio and work with future customers on their projects.

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Personalized Service



Our service department offers servicing and repairs of existing kitchen equipment. These include monthly or quarterly preventative maintenance, which help eliminate the number of breakdowns that can be expected over time with wear and tear. Included are emergency repairs and call-outs. Should an important piece of equipment fail, we can assist at any time of day or night to ensure that your kitchen stays operational.  
What makes our department unique is the experience and tenure of our senior master technician, Alton Wilson. Alton has been in the industry for 30+ years and brings vast knowledge and ingenuity to the job, including several in-person factory training sessions. Our technician specialists are passionate for customer care and ensure our customers receive the highest quality solutions.

Alton Wilson

The best part of my job is knowing that a customer can rely on me, especially in an emergency. Customer satisfaction is key to my role, and my main priority is knowing that a job is done properly and knowing my customers are in good hands. I’m proud to be a part of the PDL family, working in a friendly, caring, and professional environment.




Kitchen spaces are shrinking, and in some operations, are nonexistent. As costs continue to rise, operators now have to do more with less space, saving money on building costs, monthly rent, labor, and overhead. 

As a solution to their space challenges, operators are discovering ventless cooking equipment. Ventless equipment provides added flexibility in terms of kitchen design. Operators can place this equipment anywhere outside of a traditional kitchen hood-maximizing floor space while improving efficiency and workflow.


Stainless steel pots and pans are often the ‘workhorse’ of the kitchen. Investing in new stainless-steel cookware is exciting, and it is refreshing to cook with brand new, superbly clean pots, pans, and utensils. 

Cleaning and caring for your cookware are crucial in keeping the equipment in the ‘brand new’ condition for as long as possible. Get the most life out of your cookware by protecting them from discoloration, rust & corrosion, and scratches by following the below guidelines.


"Studies have shown that electricity costs for a refrigeration unit with clean coils are several hundred dollars a year cheaper than costs for one with dirty coils. Multiply that by every refrigerator in operation, and the savings realized through planned maintenance can add up to thousands of dollars a year."

"Another benefit is preferential treatment from the service agency. If a unit goes down unexpectedly, your planned maintenance provider will likely make your repair a priority. You are a more important customer and form a better relationship.”



Operators are continually finding new and greener ways to incorporate uniqueness and innovate their business.

Here are five trends that will help drive equipment-purchasing decisions this year. 

On-demand ventilation, ware washers with built-in heat-recovery systems, ventless appliances, green-energy alternatives, and biodegradable packaging will play a part in pushing the sustainability envelope.