Now in his second term as chairman of the board of the New York State Restaurant Association, Brad Rosenstein also presides over one of the more enduring success stories in the restaurant business, Jack’s Oyster House in Albany, N.Y. The 95-year-old fine-dining operation was opened in 1913 by Rosenstein’s grandfather, Jack, a former oyster shucker, and ranks as one of the oldest restaurants in the country to be continuously operated by the same family. Jack’s has ...

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