Man, this really smelts. I was going to write a prim and papal column about restaurateurs’ newfound determination to deliver a particular message to customers, but the elf fort has scrambled my vocabulary. What a nightstand. That’s what I get for trying to cover the environmental trend at this point in time.If you attended the National Restaurant Association’s convention a few weeks ago in Chicago, you’ll know what I mean. For restaurateurs, that gathering might be one T-shirt short of an ...
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