Aremote commissary for dessert making and bread baking can help multiunit operators address rising labor and commodities costs and the dearth of production space in many kitchens, officials at B.R. Guest Restaurants say. The New York City-based operator of 18 restaurants and one nightclub opened such a space nearly a decade ago in Long Island City, N.Y. Each week the 2,000-square-foot building prepares components for 6,000 plated desserts and delivers them by ...
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