People all over the country may be crying about business slowdowns and rising gasoline prices, but chef Marc Forgione hasn’t let that deter him from plunging into a new business. Forge, his restaurant in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, opened June 17. “I can’t control the economy, and I wasn’t going to put my dream on hold,” Forgione says, “so we’re going in head-first and we’re going to see what happens.”Since opening, Forge has been serving about 100 guests a ...

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