There are times, like special occasions, when customers will go out of their way for a dining experience, but mostly they want convenience — to eat in a way that introduces as little friction as possible into their lives. Sometimes convenience means faster service, or it means food that won’t drip on you. Sometimes it means tasty items that appear just when you might crave them most — that’s what Brooke Vosika is going for with his pop-up hot chocolate stand, ...
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