“Hospitality starts with the genuine enjoyment of doing something well for the purpose of bringing pleasure to other people. Whether that’s an attitude, a behavior or an innate trait, it should become a primary motivation for coming to work every day.” — Danny Meyer, chief executive, Union Square Hospitality Group, New York Everyone touts the importance of service in the restaurant industry, but what does service really mean anymore? To some operators ...

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