International Restaurant and Food Service Show of New York 2018

2018-03-04 - 2018-03-06
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Senior Marketing Manager
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The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York – also known as the NY Restaurant Show – is the only event in New York exclusively serving the restaurant and foodservice industry. This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the restaurant, foodservice or hospitality industry. Don't miss your chance to network with Independent Restaurant Owners, QSR and Quick Serve Establishment Operators; Caterers, Bakers, Chefs, and others from across all segments and concepts; plus bars, nightclubs, hospitals, hotels and commercial foodservice operations.
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Best of all, your admission fee of $65 grants you 3-day access to: -- The Exhibit Hall, featuring more than 550 leading vendors -- Live Culinary Demonstrations and Competitions -- Ferdinand Metz Foodservice Forum education sessions -- Special features including: Taste NY & Craft Beverage Showcase, Japan Pavilion, Gourmet Way and our NEW APPstore -- Idea-generating events such as: The US Pastry Competition, Foodservice Council for Women and Education Station -- Awards ceremonies like 2017's Torch Awards honoring Danny Meyer
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Essential Ingredients for Your Success in Today's Marketplace: The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York is the only comprehensive event devoted to the Eastern U.S. restaurant, foodservice and hospitality market. The Show will provide you with a strategic forum to demonstrate your food products, technology and equipment -- as well as discuss service solutions with current customers and new prospects. The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York is sponsored by the New York State Restaurant Association, and produced and managed by Urban Expositions.

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