Nemo Bolin moved to Providence, R.I., in 2008 with a plan to work for a couple of years, save money and open his own restaurant. Then the economy bottomed out, and despite his résumé that boasted stints at top restaurants, including Locke-Ober and Craigie St. Bistro in Boston, and Rubicon and Chez Papa in San Francisco, he couldn’t find a job. So he decided instead to open his own restaurant right away. RELATED • New York chef serves up unusual ...

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