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The Relentless is a podcast from Century21 Real Estate and Slate Studios that rethinks business, redefines success, and reimagines customer experiences. In Season 2, podcast host, author, and entrepreneur Kristen Meinzer talks to experts and thought leaders from a variety of industries about surprising ways businesses and entrepreneurs are redefining hospitality and delivering extraordinary experiences to customers. Be sure to check out Season 1 to hear host Dr. Julie Gurner and inspiring bu ...
 
Coming to grips with over 100,000 restaurants shuttered...It's time to fix what's broken. FULL COMP is a weekly show exploring the past and future of the hospitality industry. Provocative and actionable, the show aims to ask the tough questions, supplying listeners with the tools and resources needed to thrive post-pandemic. The host, Michelin-rated restaurateur Josh Kopel, challenges conventional wisdom by hosting both hospitality professionals and thought leaders from outside of the indust ...
 
Hosted by Shari Bayer of Bayer Public Relations, “All in the Industry" is a show dedicated to the behind-the-scenes talent in the hospitality industry. Each week, Shari invites experienced and dedicated restaurant/hospitality professionals to share their story and expertise. Shari also tips off each episode with a PR tip, features a speed round game, industry news discussion, solo dining experience, and the final question, wherein Shari asks for a question from the current guest to the next, ...
 
Industry Night is the long-talk format radio show and podcast that brings you up close and personal with the trends and trendsetters across today’s diverse food, wine, spirits, brews and hospitality landscape. For in-depth insights and insider tips, join your host, Nycci Nellis, cohost of Foodie and the Beast, the DC area’s one and only food and wine variety show, and all the locally, nationally and globally renowned chefs, restaurateurs, cookbook authors, mixologists, somms, distillers, bre ...
 
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On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Ellen Yin, Co-Founder and Owner of High Street Hospitality Group (HSHG). Ellen operates some of the country’s most celebrated dining establishments, including a.kitchen+bar, Fork, High Street Philly, and High Street Provisions in Philadelphia and High Street on Hudson, in Manhattan.…
 
What if we could create great businesses by doing good? The biggest hurdle I've faced as a restaurateur is the unpredictability of sales week to week and month to month. I believe Jacob Bindman may have created the solution to not only that problem but also how to feed the hungry at the same time. Today, we're discussing the San Francisco New Deal.…
 
The truth: unvarnished. That's what this moment requires. As an industry, we need to take a hard look in the mirror and determine what's working and what isn't. Today's guest, Robert Greene did just that but, instead of tackling an industry, he chose to tackle the human condition at large. Robert is a NYT bestselling author who's dug deep into the …
 
How do we overcoming the obstacles in our life? Rarely we succeed by holding our ground. To overcome, we must push forward. That forward march can look different for each of us. For serial restaurateur Victoria Freeman, it looks like opening another restaurant. Today we discuss how her restaurant group managed to survive the pandemic and how they i…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Fany Gerson, Chef and Founder of La Newyorkina, a Mexican ice cream and sweets company based in NYC; and Fan-Fan Doughnuts, a new doughnut shop in Bed Stuy, NYC. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Fany has worked in a range of fine-dining kitchens around the world. As …
 
I've dedicated most of the last year of my life to asking these two questions: How did we get here? Where are we going? Believe it or not, one of the most frequent question I get is: How did you get here? It seems many of you are curious as to how and why I started the show and exactly what is the nature of my relationship with Yelp. Today I tackle…
 
We've spent a ton of time talking about pandemic pivots, but what about the evolutions that have resulted from this apocalyptic disruption? What about the permanent changes operators have made that are having a lasting positive impact on their businesses. Ian Pomerville and the Spruce Peak Lodge are having their best year ever. Why? They didn't piv…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Anthony Mangieri, chef and owner of Una Pizza Napoletana, who is known as the ‘pizza pope’ and a pioneer of Neapolitan-style pizza in the United States. A native of New Jersey, Anthony grew up in a close-knit Italian-American family and developed a pizza obsession from a young age, …
 
I often wonder what the next generation thinks when they look at the way we do business. They grew up with the internet as a part of their daily life and they go to work in restaurants with POS systems older than they are. Well, it appears they've had quite enough of that... Alex Canter is a new breed of restaurateur working to fix the problems he …
 
We live in a polite society. We're taught the importance of asking for permission. But what happens when you don't. What happens when you decide one day to start a restaurant. No investors, no permit, no publicist, no permission. You just start. Today we chat with Logan Sandoval who created Zef BBQ, a trendy BBQ joint on the edge of Los Angeles loc…
 
I was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. When I was in college, there was a guy just a little bit order than me working the fry line at a small fried chicken joint that he opened on the edge of campus. That guy was Todd Graves and that fried chicken joint has become the $2 billion dollar Raising Cane's empire. Today Todd and I run through w…
 
We've all got a lot going on. Sometimes it's hard to figure out how the headlines we see on the news directly affect our restaurants. But the truth is, what's going on out there does matter in here. Few see this more clearly that Celebrity Chef Nyesha Arrington and restaurateur Philip Camino. These two have decided to bridge the gap between what's …
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Brian Bistrong, Corporate Executive Chef of The Connell Company’s The Park (Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook), and Culinary Program Director of The Park’s hospitality group, Table & Banter. With years of rich, diverse experience working side-by-side with renowned chefs such as…
 
You've heard me say it before, as an industry I think there's a ton to be learned from the experts outside of our industry. Today we chat with Afsheen Afshar, who proves me right. Afsheen is in the business of taking good companies and making them great and in recent years, has turned his attention to the restaurant industry. Today we run through t…
 
If an amazing restaurant opens and no one knows about it, does it have a chance at survival? Today we chat with media maven Max Block of CarvingBlock PR. He runs us through the tools and tactics he uses to get his clients the exposure they deserve and need to survive in a digital world. For more on CarvingBlock go to www.carvingblockpr.com ________…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Adam “George” Fournier, a LA-based bartender who was named the 2021 US Bartender of the Year by the United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) Presents World Class sponsored by Diageo. Adam’s experience includes running the bar program at Steingarten LA, Areal Restaurant in Santa Monica…
 
The chai tea latte you ordered at Starbucks this morning was made possible in no small part to the Shah family. Many believe that, Devan Shah, the prolific tea importer, is directly responsible for creating the American tea market as we know it today. In this episode we chat with Devan's wife and daughter, Reena and Bianca. Together they own Chado …
 
Who's excited to talk about cleaning products? Anyone? Anyone? What if I told you that the products we use to clean directly relate to our labor margin? As it turns out, innovation in cleaning products could result in hundreds, if not thousands, of labor hours saved over the course of a year. Excited yet? Today we chat with Paul Edmondson of Procto…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Diana Tandia, Chef & Owner of Berber Street Food, an African café in NYC’s West Village featuring Afro-fusion cuisine. Diana, who is from Mauritania, Africa, learned with her family that quality of food is an essential for living. She moved to NYC in 2001, and began working as a ser…
 
We see headlines everyday about immigration but there's very little talk about the immigrants themselves. The story I bring you today isn't a story about overcoming adversity, it's a story about enduring adversity. Tee Tran represents the best our industry has to offer. Instead of fighting for the survival of his businesses over the last year he's …
 
Creating and maintaining a great and profitable wine program at my restaurant proved an impossible task. Folks spend their lives working to understand the intricacies of wine and I don't even drink wine. I know I'm not alone and, as we all begin the process of reopening, I wanted to bring in a friend and an expert to offer best practices. Greg Mart…
 
We idolize the trailblazers...those heroes with enough courage to do something truly original. It's easy to romanticize their struggles or attribute superhuman qualities that make them seem different than us. But they're not. Celebrity Chef Mary Sue Milliken is just a person, like you and me but through patience, grit and the belief in a better fut…
 
What does it mean to be a chef? Chef have long been known for high standards, attention to detail and an unparalleled work ethic. But they have also been know for big egos and bad tempers. Slowly things seem to be evolving. Today we chat with Erick Williams of Virtue who is redefining what it means to be a chef. Erick's standards are as high or hig…
 
What do Ryan Reynolds, P Diddy and The Rock all have in common? They've all partnered with and/or donated to Another Round Another Rally, a nonprofit organization devoted to bailing out and building up hospitality workers during and after the pandemic. Today we chat with founder Amanda Gunderson who looks back on what was accomplished in the last 1…
 
We all open restaurants with the noble goal to serve our communities something they want. Zak Wallace of Local Green took a different path. He set out to serve his community something they needed. Local Green provides healthy, plant based food within the food desert that Zak calls home. Being a social entrepreneur in the restaurant industry makes f…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Gavin Kaysen, an award-winning chef and founder of Soigne Hospitality Group in Minneapolis, known for his nationally recognized group of restaurants as well as his leadership in the culinary profession. His restaurants include Spoon and Stable, a 2015 James Beard Award Finalist for …
 
I'm obsessed with massive growth. Though I have no desire to own dozens of restaurants, I think there's a ton to be learned from the folks that do. Randy Dewitt is a scaling mastermind. From a single cafe, he launched an empire that includes Twin Peaks, Velvet Taco and countless other national brands. Today Randy shares the essential elements that …
 
Restaurants within restaurants within restaurants within restaurants. No, this isn't the sequel to the movie Inception, it's the innovative way the national brand Dog Haus has evolved its company over the last two years. It's a lot to take in, but today we chat with Quasim Riaz who unpacks their unique business strategy to take one restaurant and t…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Liz Neumark, founder and chair of Great Performances, New York City’s premiere catering and events company. Liz cherishes her role as a palate educator, driven by a desire expose all New Yorkers to seasonal, flavorful food and to promote conversation about its sources and sustainabi…
 
Before the pandemic, before the calls for transparency between restaurateurs, there was Mike Bausch. A super successful restaurateur giving away all of his trade secrets. I reached out after reading his book Unsliced, a playbook on how to run a successful restaurant. Today we explore what motivated him to share his wisdom and key lessons from the b…
 
It feels like almost every facet of our industry has been redefined over the last 12 months, especially our relationship to our customers. We've had to rely on their loyalty and support more than ever. Patrick Kim saw an opportunity there: an opportunity to reward their loyalty while breeding more awareness for our brands. Enter the Worth Network, …
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer goes on location at Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria in Noho, NYC, to chat with its Executive Chef Justin Smillie. After attending the Culinary Institute of America, Justin secured a position at Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Mercer Kitchen, followed by posts at Danny Meyer's Gramercy Tavern and Jona…
 
There's a gritty side to entrepreneurship that doesn't get much attention. The hardest part of ownership isn't owning the business, it's in owning the choices you've made and the impact they have on you and your team. Today we chat with multi-million dollar culinary clothing maven, Ellen Bennett. Ellen wrote a book that's one part biography and one…
 
Some folks seem to have it all figured out. Chef David Meyers is a Michelin-rated, globetrotting chef with restaurants around the world. He's one of the only guys I know that was able to successfully pop-up a restaurant in the midst of the pandemic. In today's episode we run through the best and worst decisions he's made and the lessons he's learne…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guests are Chef-Owner Chris Cipollone and Owner-Operator John Winterman of Francie, a neighborhood brasserie in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and the first independent collaboration between the two, which opened in December 2020. Chris was formerly the Executive Chef at the Michelin-starred …
 
Tressie Lieberman is the Vice President of Digital and Off Premise for Chipotle. Do you think that was a big job in light of the pandemic? Tressie worked to conceptualize and execute a new way for this massive company to do business in a world that went from brick and mortar to digital overnight. In today's episode we tackle emerging trends, Chipot…
 
It wasn't just independent restaurants that have suffered through the pandemic, many of the big guys were hurt too. Their big advantage is that they have more money to try more things. We can benefit from the wisdom of their experiences. Today we chat with Jay Livingston, the Chief Marketing Officer of Shake Shack to discuss what's working, what is…
 
As an industry we can look at the pandemic as a blessing or as a curse. No matter which one you choose, you'll be right. Celebrity Chef Curtis Stone is choosing to view the pandemic as an opportunity to improve. Today we run through the operational improvements he's made and the impact they've had on restaurants. For more on the chef visit www.curt…
 
Most of us have a tough time imagining what the world is going to look like next month, forget about next year. But, in order to ensure the survival of our businesses and this industry, we need to know what's coming down the pike. What resources and tools can we leverage to truly thrive in the restaurant industry? Today Tim Brown of Oracle runs us …
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Amanda Kludt, the Editor-in-Chief of Eater and a Senior Vice President at Vox Media. In her role as EIC, Amanda oversees all written, video, and audio content across the Eater network of sites in addition to TV shows, events, and partnerships. In over a dozen years at Eater, she tra…
 
Where do I think we've gone wrong as an industry? In a nutshell, it's storytelling. We've been unable to have tough conversations with our patrons and our peer around pricing and how hard our jobs truly are. Enter the most unlikely resource imaginable, Tucker Max. As it turns out, Tucker grew up in a restaurant family and that background paired wit…
 
I am fascinated by the mastery of anything, especially in our industry. Noel Brohner, better known as the dough doctor, has mastered the art of making pizza. He's the go-to guy for the rich and famous seeking the perfect slice and the independent restaurateur looking to level up their offering. Typically, the best teachers are the best students and…
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Hong Thaimee, Chef/Owner of Thaimee LOVE, her latest venture centered around a “Thai-inspired way of living,” including a six-month pop-up restaurant featuring homestyle Thai cuisine in New York’s West Village, virtual cooking classes, meal delivery kits, and a Thai product line. Or…
 
You should listen to Martha Hoover. Not because she owns and operates 14 different restaurants. Not because she offers her 400 member team full benefits and parental leave. Not because of her nationally renowned sustainability efforts.Not because her farm to table casual concepts are actually profitable. You should listen to Martha Hoover because s…
 
Food delivery has always been complicated and prohibitively expensive and, when third party delivery came on the scene, it seemed like a godsend. It appeared to be an infrastructural solution to a foundational problem. But this gift has also been a curse for many restaurateurs. 30% commissions didn't make since when delivery constituted 15% of our …
 
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Vallery Lomas, an attorney turned food personality, who transitioned from hobby baker and blogger to full-time foodie after winning Season 3 of ABC's Great American Baking Show. Vallery’s debut cookbook of 100 recipes will be published September 2021 by Clarkson Potter, imprint of P…
 
I've spent a lot of time over the last several months thinking about legacy. I can't help but wonder if my efforts will result in a lasting impact on our industry. Am I able to move the conversation forward? Can I improve the day to day lives of my peers? I look to guys like Ben Leventhal for inspiration. Ben's contributions to food media and tech …
 
Our industry is full of one hit wonders. Innovators that are able to capture lightening in a bottle but only once. Many of us dream of a culinary empire with locations that span the globe. What I've been trying to figure out is what enables some folks to achieve this dream while so many of us fail in the pursuit. Today we chat with Adam Fleischman,…
 
There are roughly 1300 self made billionaires in the world. That may seem like a big number but when you compare that to the 7.8 billion people on the planet, it's incredibly small. How did they get there? Is it luck, skill or a combination of the two? Today we delve into the aspirational story of real estate tycoon Grant Cardone who elected to go …
 
You don't know what you don't know. For many of us, the laws have changed on an almost daily basis on a local, state and federal level. Each change increases the odds of a slip up that could cost us thousands. Today we chat with attorney Anthony Zaller who will run us through what we need to know to stay protected, what resources are at our disposa…
 
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