Hummus proprietors hope a health halo helps propel concept to new heights
David Kostman didn’t waste any time crying in his beer after Lehman Brothers, the investment-banking firm where he was a managing partner, went belly-up in 2008. Instead, he turned his attention to making authentic hummus the linchpin of a brand-new empire: Nanoosh, an upscale fast-casual, Mediterranean concept based in New York. In two years, Kostman and his partners, chief operating officer Zwika Pres and executive chef Hugo Trinquier, have opened four restaurants on ...
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