Recession fears are sending shivers through the restaurant industry, but Jeffrey Bank, chief executive of Alicart Restaurant Group in New York, is confident he can weather tough times. Alicart’s largest concept is Carmine’s, an 18-year-old family-style Italian restaurant known for large portions and value prices. There are currently three corporate and two licensed locations, and talks are underway to expand to Las Vegas, Orlando, Fla., and New York’s Long Island. A Carmine’s cookbook also ...
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