Restaurateurs have always looked for ways to increase their market share, but these days, many are looking for ways to increase shared space, as well. Whether the purpose is to reduce costs in the back of the house, bathroom or bar, enter smaller markets, or make better use of underutilized areas, the strategy of two separate concepts sharing space is taking hold. But while it makes sense in some cases, restaurateurs who have tackled the process — either through separately leased ...
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