From angling for prime real estate to fierce competition for customers, opening a restaurant in Manhattan, New York City’s most densely populated borough, comes with a host of challenges. RELATED • NYC quick-service workers strike for higher wages, unions • Passage of New York soda ban disappoints restaurant industry leaders • More restaurant industry operations news But it also comes with a bevy of potential benefits. It is, after all, a big city ...

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