On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
It’s a foodie’s dream job: owning and running your own restaurant. But the economic realities of the hyper-competitive restaurant business can be far from dreamy — even if your menu is top-notch. We talk to restaurateurs about the joys and struggles in a business where success is rare, failure is common and every shift is an adventure.
- Gillian Clark Chef and Owner, General Store and Post Office Tavern
- Ris Lacoste Owner and chef, Ris restaurant DC
- Manny Hidalgo Executive Director, Latino Economic Development Corporation
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