July 1, 2018 |

Expo Spotlight: Gain Insights from the Most Influential People at Pizza & Pasta NORTHEAST

By Bill Oakley

Roberto Caporuscio, Tony Gemignani, Matthew Hyland and Frank Pinello among power-packed lineup in Atlantic City

Pizza and Pasta Northeast, education, pizza masters, frank Pinello, Tony Gemignani, John Arena, Robert Caporuscio, Lorenzo Boni, Nino ConiglioDeveloped specifically for owners and operators of pizzerias and Italian restaurants, there’s something for everyone at Pizza & Pasta Northeast 2018. At this two-day conference and tradeshow, you’ll have access to more than 350 booths of products and services, as well as top-shelf demonstrations, workshops, seminars and special events all under one roof.

Whether you’re an industry veteran or just thinking about opening your first unit, Pizza & Pasta Northeast is a must-attend event! It’s your one-stop shop for everything you need to run a successful and profitable restaurant.

We’re really excited about our panel discussion on Wednesday, October 3, New Faces of the Pizza Pantheon, featuring New York pizza kingpins Justin Bazdarich of Speedy Romeo; Anthony Falco, the guy that put Roberta’s on the map; and Matthew Hyland of Emily and Emmy Squared. Scott Wiener, the Guinness World Record Holder for his pizza box collection and pizza guide extraordinaire, will moderate. At the conclusion, we’ll open the floor up for questions and answers. Then you can mix and mingle with industry peers and thought leaders to find out what’s new, what’s working and what’s trending. Discover endless possibilities to take your operation to the next level.

Our pizza and pasta demonstration program is filled with chefs and pizza makers you’ll recognize. Our star-studded list of demonstrators includes luminaries such as Lorenzo Boni, executive chef for Barilla America; Roberto Caporuscio, Kesté Pizza & Vino; Nino Coniglio and John Arena, Williamsburg Pizza and Metro Pizza respectively; Anthony Falco, former “Pizza Czar”; Tony Gemignani, Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, Capo’s, Pizza Rock, Slice House, Little Tony’s and Tony’s Coal Fired Giovanni Italian Specialties; and Frank Pinello, host of Viceland’s “The Pizza Show” and owner of Best Pizza, just to name a few.

The bottom line is there will always be winners and losers. Which do you want to be? Those who arm themselves with industry knowledge and are willing to take action toward positive change will have the ability to outperform the competition and position their restaurants for future growth and success.

Register NOW using promo code EBR4 and Save $10! For more information, please visit our Web site at PizzaAndPastaExpo.com or call (800) 489-8324.

It’s all about Pizza & Pasta, and it’s all for YOU!

Best regards,

Bill Oakley

Group Show Director

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