Early to bed and early to rise may have made a man healthy, wealthy and wise at one point in time, but Benjamin’s Franklin’s eloquent bit of advice won’t necessarily pay off in the 24/7 world we inhabit today.
 As successful restaurateurs know, there’s money to be found early in the morning, but there’s also money to be found late at night. In fact, new attitudes toward time, work, health and spending are forcing operators to leave traditional thinking behind ...

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