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Introducing a new look for RH online

Introducing a new look for RH online

This year will mark the 93rd year Restaurant Hospitality magazine has written about the business you love so much. Over the decades, we’ve worked to keep pace with the ever-evolving restaurant industry. And this year, in our ninth decade, we have made another big move—a complete renovation of the RH website.

Sure, has a sleek, new look. But it’s not just another pretty face. The website was designed for people like you who drive in the fast lane. In other words, you’ll be able to find the information you want much faster. The site’s navigation is speedier and information has been organized so you’ll find what you need—pronto.

Consider, for example, Trends, one of the most-searched topics. We’ve refined the category so you can search for Food Trends, Drink Trends, Consumer Trends and cutting-edge New Restaurant Concepts that create the trends.

How about recipes? Instead of a laundry list of recipe ideas, now they’re arranged into Food Recipes, Drink Recipes and Chef recipes. Searching for a new take on meatloaf or a Manhattan has gotten much easier.

There’s so much here for you, including an extensive list of Rising Stars, which RH has been identifying for nearly 25 years. You’ll also find tons of practical ideas, including better ways to run your business, how to buy the best equipment for your restaurant, and advice from industry experts and trendsetters.

Our goal was to make your life easier. That was the same thinking that went behind our new free newsletter—Eat Beat—a weekly joint venture with our sister publication, Nation’s Restaurant News. Click on the Eat Beat icon at our website and sign up if you haven’t already.

We hope you like what we’ve done and we welcome your comments and suggestions.

Michael Sanson
E-mail me at [email protected]
Follow me on Twitter @MikeSansonRH

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