Geography-based themes are proven winners in the restaurant business, with the idea being to name your operation after a place that has a better climate and/or a more glamorous vibe than the one it's actually in. That's why you'll find operations like a Key West Café in Cleveland, a Santa Fe Café in Seattle and seven — count 'em — Jackson Holes in New York City. Just pick a city and you've got a rationale for your menu, design and décor. But Rush Street in Los Angeles has given an unusual ...

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