Local governments roll out the red carpet to attract outside businesses like Amazon, but what do they do to breed and nurture local entrepreneurs?
New restaurants are opening almost every week in Washington, D.C. Famous chefs and large restaurant groups are offering more dining options, adding to existing mom-and-pop restaurants and ambitious newcomers. But, many restaurants are also closing in the face of rising rents, labor costs and competition. Are we experiencing a bubble or the normal risks of the volatile restaurant business?
- Jessica Sidman Food Editor, Washingtonian; @jsidman
- John Asadoorian Retail & Real Estate Broker, Asadoorian Retail Solutions
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