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Enjoy Your Breakfast With a Side of Networking

Don’t miss 6 Degrees’ latest breakfast speaker series on 2016 restaurant trends




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In the restaurant industry or interested in the latest trends in dining out? If you enjoy your breakfast with a side of networking and you have a couple of hours to spare before the workday begins, you will not want to miss this informative (and delicious) networking event! Join the 6˚ Community and other San Diego professionals for a breakfast and an informative panel discussion focusing on 2016 restaurant trends. Enjoy breakfast bites, coffee, and valuable networking with 250 other working professionals. Expect to hear personal experiences, gain advice and learn about business trends from top leaders in our San Diego community. Sit with your peers and further your business relationships while also making new valuable connections.

San Diego Magazine & 6˚ have teamed up to create an expert panel that is sure to please.  The Restaurant Trend speaker panel will be moderated by San Diego Magazine's Chief Content Officer, Erin Chambers Smith, and will include: Scott Slater, co-founder of Slater’s 50/50; Mike Georgopolous, Partner at RMD Group; Trish Watlington, Owner of The Red Door; Brian Malarkey, Chef and Partner of Green Acre Campus Pointe and Farmer and the Seahorse; and Valentina Di Pietro, owner of Bencotto and Monello. Topics will cover restaurant culinary trends, culture, and customers. 

Keep your eyes peeled and you may even catch a sneak-peak of San Diego Magazine's latest Best Restaurant’s issue.

What?
6 Degrees Breakfast Speaker Series

When?
May 25th
Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Panel Discussion begins between 8-8:15 a.m.
Q&A 9:30 a.m.

Where?
Green Acre Campus Pointe
10300 Campus Pointe Drive
San Diego, CA 92121

Pro tip: Make sure to arrive early to maximize your networking time. 

Tickets are limited, so make sure to register here as soon as you are able. 

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