With a 16-year gap between the opening of the first two Rosa Mexicano locations in New York, it can’t be said that the owners of the upscale Mexican restaurant were in any particular rush to replicate the concept elsewhere. However, once the decision was made in 2000 to grow Rosa Mexicano beyond its New York roots, the chain moved forward briskly, opening another 14 locations in the past 12 years. This year the chain plans to introduce three more restaurants, including two ...

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