Chef dishes on his namesake concept and the crowded better-burger market
Celebrity chef Bobby Flay would like to get something straight: He didn’t launch the fast-casual Bobby’s Burger Palace concept because of the economic downturn. “Bobby’s Burger Palace came about for one reason: Because I like to eat cheeseburgers,” Flay said during his keynote address at the recent Break Bread meeting in Los Angeles, hosted by law firm Davis Wright Tremaine, accounting firm J.H. Cohn, and executive search firm The Elliot Group. Flay — the ...
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