The blood, sweat and tears involved in creating and launching a new restaurant concept is the bane and addiction of many in the industry. But who knew it would make such great television? The NBC show “America’s Next Great Restaurant,” in which aspiring entrepreneurs compete to turn their restaurant idea into a fast-casual chain, has become a guilty pleasure for many in the restaurant world. Partly because it’s fun to watch the contestants get thrown into impossible ...
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