There are many sides to The National Restaurant Association’s annual Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, held recently in Chicago. It’s an idea factory, an exhaustive and exhausting showplace for new foods and beverages. It’s a technology bazaar, delivering innovations that ease operations in both the front- and back-of-the-house. This year in particular, it may also have been a leading indicator of better times to come. There was real energy on the show floor, a distinctly upbeat feeling that ...
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