When Susan Seiler bought the struggling 53-year-old Jack Fry’s restaurant in 1986, she was a 32-year-old fine-dining veteran, but an unproven owner. In just a few years, Seiler turned Jack Fry’s into a Louisville, Ky., hot spot with cutting-edge cuisine served in a bustling bistro atmosphere. Twenty-one years later, Jack Fry’s was a nationally recognized, award-winning establishment.Yet when Seiler turned 53, she knew it was time to sell. She had accomplished her goals and wanted to help ...
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