William Jack Degal kick-started his restaurant career at a former biker bar in Queens, N.Y., so maybe it’s fitting that he has visions of hitting the road with his upscale concept, Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse.With three locations operating in Manhattan and Queens and a fourth on the way for Long Island, Degal talks about possible expansion outside of New York to Boston, Chicago, Miami and even Las Vegas.But first, he says, he wants to build a corporate infrastructure.“We need to get all of the ...

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