For years, the Muslim employees at Gramercy Tavern in New York brought their own food from home to break their fast together during the month of Ramadan. This year, however, the fine-dining restaurant, one of nine concepts operated by Union Square Hospitality Group, is not only allowing the men to take time off the floor to eat, but also is providing the meal at least once a week. During Ramadan, a time of self-sacrifice and spiritual reflection, observant Muslims do not eat ...
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