National Restaurant Association Show

Saturday, May 18, 2024

While the 2021 show has been cancelled, The National Restaurant Association Show offers attendees ideas and inspiration year-round. From menus to workforce to technology to operations. Restaurant Business will be covering the Show’s resources to bring you the latest updates, trends and insights. Stay connected here.

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Chefs from McDonald's, Cava, Del Taco and more honored with 2024 MenuMasters awards

The annual event recognized menu innovation at five restaurant chains, plus Chef Nancy Silverton’s induction into the MenuMasters Hall of Fame.


How humans and robots get along at Steve Ells' Kernel

At the National Restaurant Show on Sunday, executives from the groundbreaking concept created by Chipotle's founder shared how listening to workers and using their ideas can lower turnover and fundamentally improve the quality of food.

The crowd got thicker and the energy kicked up a notch at the National Restaurant Show on Sunday. Here are some takeaways from the Restaurant Business editorial team.

Hours before the 2024 edition of the Show officially opens, industry journalists peered inside their crystal balls to offer their predictions for what trends will dominate.

AI and kiosks will be hot topics, and the word "platform" should get thrown around plenty. And don't forget the robots.

Whether you’re a first timer or conference veteran, here’s what you need to know about the biggest restaurant show in the Western hemisphere, which begins in Chicago on May 18.

A Deeper Dive: Tom Cindric, president of exhibitions for Informa Connect Foodservice, joins a special episode of the podcast to talk about the upcoming event.

10 notable places to check out while in town for the National Restaurant Association Show.

25 cutting-edge equipment products were singled out for advancements in sustainability, automation, safety and more. And yes, there are robots and AI in the mix.

State of the Plate: Menu Trends columnist Nancy Kruse looks at the up-and-coming ideas and trends that she came across at the annual show: Fancy ice, coffee-top designs, alternative proteins, and "the internet's favorite hot sauce."

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