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National Restaurant Association Show

Saturday, May 21, 2022

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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Leadership

Condoleezza Rice’s 5 warnings to restaurateurs at the 2018 National Restaurant Association Show

The former diplomat and security adviser shared her concerns about the dangers posed by a changing international and social situation.

Food

Plant-forward and global ingredients steal the Show

Much has been written about “meatless Mondays” and other efforts to encourage a plant-forward diet. But meatless and vegetarian meals have had a limited audience—until now.

Monday’s SuperSession at the National Restaurant Association Show aimed to help arm uncertain industry leaders with insights from a panel of experts discussing The Future of Restaurants.

Pick locations to ensure you’re profitable for the entire lease term, says Subway’s vice president of development.

Here are the best ideas that bubbled up from the show’s education sessions, exhibits and encounters.

True to its name, the conference’s content focused on building revenue. The conference speakers addressed some unique methods to do so.

Cicely Simpson offers her views on how tax reform and other legislative and regulatory issues have affected the restaurant industry.

Here’s what had attendees on the show floor buzzing—and lining up for more.

Where will you find the early technology adopters and disruptors? If InKind Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Miles Matthias is correct, it’s Startup Alley in the Innovation Hub.

Here are some takeaways gleaned from a behind-the-scenes dine-around in Chicago.

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