Save the date: Second Annual Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference set for October 23

The second annual Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference, featuring top industry tastemakers and influencers from the worlds of food, hotels, nightlife and real estate, will be happening Wednesday, October 23, from 8 am – 2:30 pm, at The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Panelists this year include Richard Notar, Managing Partner, Nobu Restaurants, Serena Bass, Celebrity Caterer, Serena Bass Inc., Executive Chef, Lido Harlem, Richard Coraine, Managing Partner, Union Square Hospitality Group, Christina Grdovic, VP and Publisher, Food & Wine Magazine, Jennifer Baum, Founder, Bullfrog & Baum, Adam Saper, Managing Partner, Eataly New York, Artie Thompson, Catering Director, Chef Roble & Co./Bravo TV and Faith Hope Consolo, Chairman, Retail Group, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, among others.

The conference, will explore strategies for developing and sustaining successful businesses in Harlem within these key industries. Topics will include Game Changers: Winning Strategies in the Culinary Industry Today; Branding: Creative Strategy Behind a Successful Culinary Brand; Homegrown Restaurants/Eateries: Thriving as David in the Land of Goliath; Event Catering: Untapped Potential for Restaurant/Culinary Business Growth; Artisanal Foods: Creating a Successful Neighborhood/Regional Culinary Brand; Cocktails and Nightlife: What Makes a Great Bar?; and NYC’s Wake Up Call: Meeting Growing Demand for Harlem Hotels.

See details below on how to attend. And read more here about Harlem restaurants.
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