TWO DeCADes: Danny Meyer (l.) and friends celebrate the 20th anniversary of Union square Cafe. General business books can be useful for restaurant owners, but only up to a point. Authors who work in this genre typically espouse a few worthy principles, then illustrate them via examples drawn from companies far-removed from the restaurant world. The lessons might be transforming for some organizations, but rarely is it clear how you would apply most of them day-to-day in full-service ...

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