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In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Tasso Roumeliotis, the founder of Numa. Numa is a company that provides text-based order placement services. Barron and Roumeliotis discuss the future of curbside pick-up, takeout, third party delivery, and dine-in eating.

In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Tasso Roumeliotis, the founder of Numa. Numa is a company that provides text-based order placement services. Barron and Roumeliotis discuss the future of curbside pick-up, takeout, third party delivery, and dine-in eating.

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In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Tasso Roumeliotis, the founder of Numa. Numa is a company that provides text-based order placement services. Barron and Roumeliotis discuss the future of curbside pick-up, takeout, third party delivery, and dine-in eating.

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Episodes

Commercial Real Estate Leases - Renegotiation | Restaurant Recovery Series

6/30/2020
Companies are trying to renegotiate their office and retail leases — and in some cases refusing to pay. Landlords say strong companies are taking advantage of the crisis to try to get better deals. Simon Property Group, the biggest mall operator in the United States, this week sued Gap, the owner of retail chains that include Old Navy and Banana Republic, for nearly $66 million in unpaid rent for April, May and June. Landlords for hotels and retail space have been hit hardest by the virus...

Duration:00:23:27

Florida Bans Alcohol Consumption in Restaurants | Restaurant Recovery Series

6/30/2020
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis bans bar alcohol consumption as coronavirus spikes. The new order prohibits any establishment that makes more than 50 percent of its revenue from alcohol sales from serving alcohol for consumption on site. The Florida agency that governs bars announced the ban on Twitter just minutes after the Department of Health reported 8,942 new confirmed cases, topping the previous record of 5,500 set Wednesday.

Duration:00:14:18

Wearing a Mask to Decrease Impact | Restaurant Recovery Series

6/29/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron hears from Dr. Christopher Murray, the director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Barron and Murray explore the data behind mask usage in light of the recent spike in coronavirus cases in Florida and other states. In this episode, Yolofsky explores the ins and outs of estate planning. For entrepreneurs and business owners, having an exit strategy is paramount. According to a 2018 study...

Duration:00:22:06

Tech Shift in Foodservice | Restaurant Recovery Series

6/22/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Michael Atkinson, a founding partner at RestTech and the chief executive officer of Bailiwick Ventures. RestTech specializes in restaurant technology strategies and system implementation services. Barron and Atkinson explore the burgeoning technological landscape in the restaurant industry post-pandemic.

Duration:00:29:07

Silent Tech for Engaging Your Customers | Restaurant Recovery Series

6/19/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Daniel Putterman, the chief executive officer of Kogniz. Kogniz is a cloud-based platform that uses digital cameras to monitor any security breaches and provide real-time recognition technology.

Duration:00:21:38

Changing Guest Services in Casual Dining | Coopers Hawk Winery

6/18/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Tim McEnery, the founder and chief executive officer of Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants. Based in Illinois, Cooper’s Hawk is the unique restaurant chain that also crafts its own premium wine, offering fifty unique blends through its suburban Woodridge production facility.

Duration:00:18:30

Slow Recovery For The Restaurant Industry

6/17/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Dave Clement, the senior director of Simon-Kucher & Partners, and Philip Daus, a partner of Simon-Kucher & Partners. Simon-Kucher & Partners is a research firm and global strategy and marketing consultancy dedicated to helping its clients grow in revenue and profit. Barron, Clement, and Daus discuss their recent restaurant report, recovery expectations, and best practices for restaurants post-pandemic.

Duration:00:26:02

PPP Changes Proposed by Congress | Restaurant Recovery Series

5/19/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with frequent Foodable guest Andrew Horowitz, the president and founder of Horowitz & Company. Horowitz specializes in results-oriented investment strategies that combine advanced technology with hands-on expertise. Barron and Horowitz discuss some of the recent changes to the congressional Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act, and what it may mean for restaurants in need.

Duration:00:23:24

Arizona Jumps Back Into Dine-In Foodservice | Restaurant Recovery Series

5/18/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and Louis Basile, founder and president of Wildflower Bread Company, dive into rebuilding the guest experience as restaurants begin reopening in Arizona. Although food safety has been embedded in the foundation of the foodservice industry, safety assurance remains the number one concern for patrons as they begin dining out post pandemic.

Duration:00:20:15

Texas Restaurants Reopening | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

5/8/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and Emily Williams Knight, Ed.D., president and chief executive officer of the Texas Restaurant Association (TRA) discuss the latest around reopening restaurants in the state of Texas. Since the green light was given to reinstate operations in Texas, recent survey data shows 40 percent of dining venues have opened their doors and reestablished food service. The association has worked closely with Governor Greg Abbott by creating a...

Duration:00:27:04

A New Era of Grocery Shoppers | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

5/8/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and Terrie Wendricks, vice president of shopper insights for C+R Research, review the recently conducted research around grocery shopping trends. The firm organized surveys and weekly live consumer panels to obtain information of supermarket buying habits since the onset of this pandemic. The late findings indicate consumers fear over contracting the virus and financial distress, leading to an uptick of online orders or less frequent...

Duration:00:16:47

Safely Reopening Restaurants | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

5/4/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and co-founder and executive chairman of Seated, Bo Peabody, review insights and measures around safely reopening restaurants from the first-hand experience of Peabody’s involvement in the task force for the initial reopening of Georgia restaurants. The industry has been patiently awaiting the green light to reinstate operations. Food safety has always been embedded into the backbone of foodservice but now the industry must apply new...

Duration:00:16:24

The Restaurant Re-Design Playbook | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

5/4/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and Steve Starr, principal at Starrdesign, examine a closer look into the subsequent restaurant design. Starrdesign is an interior design firm dedicated to the foodservice industry, aimed towards increasing brand value for restauranteurs. Over the last six to eight weeks, the industry has experienced many paradigm shifts. Post pandemic, design alterations will take place in two stages; phase one will be the reduction in seating and...

Duration:00:24:23

Jon Taffer Resetting America | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

4/30/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and Jon Taffer, executive producer and host of Bar Rescue, creatively strategize innovative ideas to save the bar and entertainment industry post COVID-19. The expert behind building back the bar business is resetting America during this unsettling time by enlightening us with unique concepts to resourcefully conduct business in the new era of dining and entertainment. A revolution around operations are discussed including...

Duration:00:21:23

Cocktail Kits for Struggling Bars | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

4/29/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron and founder of Room 33 Speakeasy, Rebecca Styn, converse about strategies around ensuring brand existence post pandemic. In this massive interruption that the restaurant and bar industry has experienced, operators are now looking at new ways to creatively pivot their models in hopes of ending up on the other side of this crisis. Room 33 launched on New Year’s Eve in 2017. This prohibition-inspired speakeasy has remained operational...

Duration:00:12:54

Rise of the Dark Kitchens | Restaurant Recovery Special Series

4/27/2020
Dark kitchens were on the rise before coronavirus hit. Now, with countless restaurants limited to only pickup and delivery orders, they have become a necessity. In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Geoff Alexander—the president of Asian fast casual joint Wow Bao—to explore how dark kitchens might be a solution for brands struggling to survive the pandemic.

Duration:00:15:48

IFDA Food Distributors on Blueprint for Recovery | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

4/24/2020
In a public letter to congressional leaders, the International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) has asked Congress to provide economic aid to address the acute financial struggles foodservice distributors are currently facing. In this special episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Mark Allen, the president and chief executive officer of IFDA, to explore the broader implications of the pandemic for the restaurant industry supply chain.

Duration:00:20:11

Advantages of Small Restaurants vs Large Brands | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

4/23/2020
In this episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron sits down with Jason Morgan, the chief executive officer of American bistro Bellagreen and the Original ChopShop. Morgan previously served as the chief financial officer for Zoe’s Kitchen, and shares his thoughts on the differences between how a small brand—compared to a large brand—can approach this crisis.

Duration:00:20:35

$240 Billion Restaurant Recovery Fund | Restaurant Recovery Special Series

4/22/2020
The National Restaurant Association (NRA) just proposed a $240 billion blueprint for restaurant recovery to Congress. In this special episode of The Barron Report, host Paul Barron breaks down the proposal’s key points and explores next steps for the industry at large.

Duration:00:19:04

99 Are Virtual Restaurants The Answer | Restaurant Recovery Podcast Series

4/20/2020
The idea of virtual restaurants many become a reality for the casual dining sector. The biggest question is with they operationally work and is it a profitable model to move forward with? James O’Reilly, chief executive officer of Smokey Bones, discusses their pivot towards virtual restaurants and addresses the skepticism around how this futuristic concept will thrive. Subscribe to more content like this Follow Paul Barron on Twitter

Duration:00:14:16