Our panel of hospitality professionals shed a bright light on the impact of race in hospitality.Read More
Learn about the events and networking opportunities organized by New York City Hospitality Group, from educational opportunities to discovering new restaurants.
Every day we hear stories about restaurants closing permanently, and every day the restaurants that manage to stay open are hit with citations and hefty fines. New York City used to be a mecca for food and restaurants and over the past 6 months it has become steadily less hospitable for operators to keep their businesses afloat. Join our diverse panel of hospitality legends and leaders in a free-form conversational odyssey to answer the question: Is New York City an anti-restaurant town?
Eric Levine – Director of Operations, Dallas BBQ
Larry Sharpe – Business Consultant and former Governor candidate
Maury Rubin – Pastry Chef, Owner of the now closed City Bakery
Niroopa Harpoul – Owner/Operator, Golden Corral
Dr. Joel Grassi, Partner, BHB Pest Elimination (member & moderator)
On July 21st eleven members of NYCHG presented a webinar on how operators can increase revenues and cut costs. Our members offered insights and practical improvements in a variety of areas that operators can put into use now.Read More
On this webinar, the 4th in our Reopening Strategies Series, our panelists answered pressing questions from the audience and addressed the issues of onboarding, proper payment, compliance and safety issues in rehiring their teams.Read More
On June 10th, members of the NYCHG presented a discussion of branding and marketing in the wake of COVID-19.Read More
Part II of our Reopening Strategies Series featured 3 of our members, 3 outside experts and one operator in a focused conversation on the evolving architectural, mechanical and sanitation related protocols operators face as they reopen for service.Read More
Restaurants are in the process of reopening their operations fully so NYCHG brought together a panel to discuss the essential world of sanitation in the wake of Covid-19.Read More
On April 28th, NYCHG held a meeting to discuss how restaurants are adapting and pivoting in the delivery and ghost kitchen space in the midst of our current pause in hospitality.Read More
NYCHG held a second invigorating Zoom meeting where members and guests discussed what hospitality operators are doing moving forward in the short term and what national brands are forecasting for the future of our industry.Read More
Given the current state of affairs and the impact on our industry, The NYCHG has amended its in-person meeting structure to continue to bring the hospitality community together. On 3/17 NYCHG conducted a zoom conference call with 33 attendees that consisted of hospitality service providers and operators. The meeting was structured to include a contribution […]Read More