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National Restaurant Association Show

Saturday, May 16, 2020

The National Restaurant Association Show offers attendees ideas and inspiration around every aspect of the foodservice business, from menus to workforce to technology to operations. Restaurant Business will be covering the show to bring you the latest updates, trends and insights. Stay connected here.

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5 things to look for in a private-equity partner

Restaurateurs should do their own due diligence before pairing up with a private-equity firm, experts advised yesterday at the Restaurant Finance Summit during the NRA Show.

What’s happening across the pond?

Brits like to sit. That was my big takeaway when I met with Peter Backman this week during the National Restaurant Association Show, which ended Tuesday.

Here are some of the pearls you missed if you stayed home.

Here, you'll find some tips for making a meal out of the samples served up during the show.

Watch the bartender at this high-end steakhouse deliver "eatertainment" with a tableside martini demo and a tale.

The industry's annual convention served up some low-cost ideas for drawing and keeping good employees.

Technology and young people are changing the way the restaurant industry is talking about customers, concepts and more. Here's the latest lingo that savvy foodservice folks need to add to their vocabulary—stat.

The burgeoning world of mobile has been on a slow collision course with the restaurant industry. But it may be time to speed things up.

Telling fact from science fiction isn’t always easy at this year’s tech-rich National Restaurant Association convention. See if you can determine which advancements in restaurant technology are real, and which you can still only find on the Enterprise.

Senior Editor Pat Cobe shares 10 business-building food and beverage trends she spotted at the show.

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