CHICAGO —At age 88, the grand-daddy of industry conventions still managed to wear out the generally younger 73,000-plus people who converged here May 19-22 for the nation’s largest gathering of restaurateurs. Foot soreness once again threatened to hit epidemic proportions as operators dashed from exhibit halls to education sessions to the city’s latest must-see restaurants. But the 2007 National Restaurant Association ...

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