Founder Paul Krug on response to the new fast-casual concept
The Midtown Manhattan lunch rush takes some getting used to, as Paul Krug learned a few weeks ago when he opened Glaze Teriyaki Grill, a fast-casual concept featuring Seattle-style versions of Japanese grilled meat dishes. Glaze’s menu features grilled beef, chicken, tofu and salmon, plus such sides as pork spare ribs, edamame, cucumber salad, gyoza and cold soba noodles. The average per-person check is about $10. Krug shared his observations about his new New York restaurant with ...
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