Everything that goes wrong when you open a restaurant (Thrillist) To open a restaurant, you have to be a crazy person. Insanity’s required because it’s brutally expensive, shamefully public and usually follows years of slavish devotion to simply getting the dream off the ground. Thrillist talked to restaurant owners, operators and chefs across the country about the staggering number and variety of landmines lying in wait for anyone wanting to take the plunge — and got some ...

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