There are far less costly pieces of equipment for roasting poultry and prime rib than a $26,000 custom-made wood-burning rotisserie like the one at Two Urban Licks, a casual American restaurant in Atlanta specializing in “live fire” cooking. However, the flame-kissed centerpiece of the dining room is well worth the money, said Todd Rushing, a partner in Concentrics Restaurants, the 15-unit multiconcept restaurant company based there. “It has really brought drama to the room ...
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