In every bar and restaurant in the world there is a customer who is expecting something for free, a little “thank you” for choosing that particular place to dine or drink. That customer is part of the reason that 90 percent of all restaurants fail within the first three years. File photo.
In every bar and restaurant in the world there is a customer who is expecting something for free, a little “thank you” for choosing that particular place to dine or drink. That customer is part of the reason that 90 percent of all restaurants fail within the first three years. File photo.
In every bar and restaurant in the world there is a customer who is expecting something for free, a little “thank you” for choosing that particular place to dine or drink. That customer is part of the reason that 90 percent of all restaurants fail within the first three years. File photo.

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