Innovation and Education Highlight Day Three at NRA Show 2019

The National Restaurant Show 2019 became competitive on Monday. The Star of the Bar competition captivated attendees and aimed to crown the most talented mixologist in America.

Chad Spangler took home the $5,000 grand prize (pictured above) at the National Restaurant Association’s 100th anniversary celebration Monday evening.

Industry insight is ultimately what these events strive to provide attendees with, whether it is information on new technologies, or in this case new ingredients as well.

At the Culinary Experience Center, attendees could learn from expert chefs about the latest cooking trends and consumer expectations, and what that means to their business.

Monday’s Super Session was titled ‘The Future of Restaurants’, a fitting and needed conversation for today’s restauranteurs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bryan Medeiros of Venancio sent us a clip of the Genesis Series Range, which is the most gas efficient range in the industry that is manufacture from raw materials.

 

Domino’s Vice President of  Global e-commerce and Digital Marketing Christopher Thomas-Moore was among those to speak on the topic. He was joined by SevenRooms Co-Founder Allison Page and Miso Robotics COO Melissa Burghardt.

The speakers offered their thoughts on the increasingly-digital landscape of the restaurant industry and how to implement new technology to refine and improve the workflow of businesses.

For more coverage of the National Restaurant Association Show 2019 and all things food and beverage news, head to our industry page!

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