Another year goes by and another Restaurant Show with new developments in the industry. The show closed just as everything in New York City shut down for business.
The Restaurant Show 2019:
I took time out of my walking project to take a detour to the Javis Center to the Annual New York Restaurant Show. I try to keep up with the latest trends in what kitchen equipment is new and innovative, how computers and apps are changing the way we order and have food delivered and new food stuffs that will be gracing the tables of banquet halls and restaurants not just in New York City but all over the country. What scares me the most of the Hospitality industry is how some people in the industry are trying to take the hospitality out of it by computerizing everything to the point where you don’t see people anymore.
By walking the entire show, I saw more things that will improve the industry and more money saving items will make cooking easier and better in design and sanitation. One…
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The New York Restaurant Show was busier than it had been in 2020 but not by much. It is also a third the size it was in 2003.
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