Restaurant People: Where we (to-)go from here

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Summary

In our second episode, Zaid Ayoub of Sajj Mediterranean and Aaron Noveshen of Starbird Chicken and The Culinary Edge (both on Fast Casual's 2020 Movers & Shakers list) join Atul for a conversation on the fast casual side of the industry, how they've adapted from catering and to delivery, and what lessons and innovations are sticking with them for the long haul.

Produced by Kitchen United and Level Ground
Production credits: Elizabeth Villa, Samantha Curley, Dustin Mares, Mitch Collins
Sound design & editing: Elizabeth Windom
Theme music: "Rowdy" by Shane Becker

This podcast is brought to you by Kitchen United – the restaurant success company. We’re giving restaurants a new way to succeed in the new food economy, and supporting them every step of the way. We’ll tackle what’s next together. Join the community and learn more at kitchenunited.com.

Show Notes

In our second episode, Zaid Ayoub of Sajj Mediterranean and Aaron Noveshen of Starbird Chicken and The Culinary Edge (both on Fast Casual's 2020 Movers & Shakers list) join Atul for a conversation on the fast casual side of the industry, how they've adapted to delivery and from catering, and what lessons and innovations they're taking with them into the future.

Produced by Kitchen United and Level Ground
Production credits: Elizabeth Villa, Samantha Curley, Dustin Mares, Mitch Collins
Sound design & editing: Elizabeth Windom
Theme music: "Rowdy" by Shane Becker

This podcast is brought to you by Kitchen United – the restaurant success company. We’re giving restaurants a new way to succeed in the new food economy, and supporting them every step of the way. We’ll tackle what’s next together. Join the community and learn more at kitchenunited.com.

What is Restaurant People: Where we (to-)go from here?

Host and Kitchen United Chief Business Officer Atul Sood interviews restaurant operators and pieces together the future of the restaurant industry.