As with many industries, inclement weather can be detrimental to a business owner’s sales. For the restaurant industry in particular, a dip in winter temperatures usually means a dip in sales. But an increasing number of operators are finding a way to keep their business robust, even as consumers are battening down the hatches and staying indoors as much as possible. “Chicago can be very cold sometimes, and people don’t want to go out,” says Badara Diakhate, ...
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