If you ask successful restaurant owners the secrets of their success, most will tell you to treat your staff extremely well, be ready to work very long hours, and be extra careful when choosing both investors and partners. But most of them also will have one or more unconventional philosophies or strategies that have served as linchpins to their success. Recently, I interviewed 20 independent restaurant owners from across the country, and the following are five of the many interesting, ...
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