Seats at the Table 

For restaurant owners, when does choosing a trendy, inexpensive neighborhood become an unwelcome intrusion on current residents?

When a new restaurant opens in an older, underserved urban neighborhood, do you call it gentrification or revitalization? Your answer may depend on your politics, your personal experiences and your connection to the neighborhood in question. And it can be a tricky…

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