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VISIT THE LARGEST HOSPITALITY SHOW IN THE NORTH


Northern Restaurant & Bar, the largest hospitality show in the North, returns for its seventeenth year at Manchester Central on 21-22 March. NRB hosts 300 exhibitors, 65 live demos and over 7,500 trade-only visitors. The show also includes the NRB Debate, NRB Top Fifty Awards, and NRB Fringe.


Every year NRB brings together the entire Northern hospitality industry to discover new ideas, identify new opportunities and source new products.


300 exhibitors supplying everything from artisan cheeses and handcrafted spirits to beautiful tableware and cutting edge technology will meet over 7,500 hospitality professionals from across the North of England. Exhibitors include: Althams Butchers, Amathus Drinks, Artis, Crown Cellars, Dawnvale, DJ Drink Solutions, Enterprise Inns, Euro Food Brands, Fever-Tree, Greene King plc, Halewood International, Hopwells, James Robertshaw & Sons, LWC Drinks, Sharp’s Brewery, Stephensons, Tevalis, Unox UK, Venus Wine & Spirit and hundreds more. See the full list at northernrestaurantandbar.co.uk


65 Live Food & Drink Demos The show includes over 65 live cooking, sampling and product demonstrations across four theatres.


Chef Live


Some of the countries most renowned chefs and those creating a real stir in the industry take to the stage in Chef Live. Chefs demonstrating signature dishes this year include Gary Usher, chef patron of AA Restaurant of the Year Sticky Walnut, Burnt Truffle and Hispi. Head Chef of The French at The Midland Hotel Adam Reid, and Executive Chef at D&D Kim Woodward.


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