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gutreactions | Feb 3, 202006:10 AM     1

It comes around every year and it is a trade show primarily for the restaurant & hospitality industry. This year it will take place Sunday-Tuesday, March 8-10, at the Javits Center on the West Side of Manhattan. I used to run a booth at the show years ago for a popular restaurant trade magazine. Used to enjoy the networking. Haven't visited in quite a while, but thinking of getting tickets this time around and reacquainting myself with the old and the new in the field. It is big, like the show held every year in Chicago. You can obtain passes if you are in any way affiliated with the restaurant/hospitality business. Industry pros: have you been in the past? Will you be attending this year? There are so many things going on over those 3 days, what do you especially look for? For info: www.internationalrestaurantny.com

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