Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group has opened restaurants in some unexpected places. The New York-based group has branches in a baseball stadium, a museum and a 6-acre park in Manhattan’s Flatiron district. Curiously, though, the much-imitated restaurant operator has managed to steer clear of installing a restaurant in a hotel—until now, that is. This month Meyer’s USHG will join a growing number of restaurateurs with hotel alliances as it teams up with ...
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