Pedro and Juan Luis Salcedo, owners of Juanito Restaurant in Baeza, Spain, have operated the fine-dining institution begun by their parents in 1953 well enough to earn a listing in the guidebook of Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe, which translates to “young restaurateurs of Europe.” But they’re hardly newcomers to the restaurant industry. From the time he and Pedro were children, Juan Luis Salcedo says, the brothers were groomed to take over the family business.In fact, the whole Salcedo clan ...
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