Rick Bayless talks Leña Brava, culinary industry show

The biggest names in the culinary industry are gathering in Chicago this weekend for the National Restaurant Association Show.

There, chefs and industry insiders learn the latest trends and techniques through demonstrations from the country's top chefs and mixologists.

Chicago's very own Rick Bayless, founder of restaurants like Frontera Grill, Sho-Co and the new Leña Brava, will also be attending the show.

Bayless joins Good Day Chicago to talk about why he keeps coming back to the NRA Show and details behind his new Baja California-inspired restaurant.