WASHINGTON —Veteran restaurateur Robert Kinkead Jr. acknowledges that the fine-dining business in the nation’s capital has softened over the past year. But, he adds quickly, it’s not as bad as some other parts of the country. The chef-owner of Kinkead’s in Washington and co-owner with his brother, David, of Sibling Rivalry in Boston, Kinkead says the D.C. dining scene has not been immune to the nation’s perfect storm of economic troubles. —Veteran ...
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