NRN editor-in-chief Sarah E. Lockyer
May is my favorite time of year in Chicago. Not only is it spring — with a hint of summer — in one of my favorite cities, but it’s also the undisputed center of restaurant industry activity, at least for about 10 days. Love it or hate it, the National Restaurant Association Show brings together 60,000 restaurateurs, franchisees, suppliers, vendors and all points in between to meet, greet and, of course, eat. While the show floor at McCormick Place is the epicenter of ...
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