The federal government took steps to ensure The Greenbrier would survive a nuclear attack, but inertia almost proved a more lethal threat to the 232-year-old resort and its restaurant, The Main Dining Room. “Our new owner likened it to a glider that’d been losing a few feet of altitude each year,” said vice president of food and beverage Casey Lavin, half of the young foodservice duo that was brought in last summer by a local entrepreneur to reset the resort’s ...
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