Things never go off without a hitch on opening night. With any first performance, nerves and inexperience are bound to cause a few hiccups.
 The same is true for a restaurant’s debut. The dance of service, food and decor is bound to have a few missteps. And yet those nights also can bring moments of true hospitality, when employees act on passion and care, instead of routine and repetition.
 I recently had a front-row seat for just such a show when a friend and I ate at a restaurant ...

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