I bet every town has a restaurant location that people say is cursed. The location, itself, is not necessarily bad. In fact, the location is often desirable, but for some reason or reasons, every restaurant that tries to make a go of it there fails. There's one here in my town and, at last count, six restaurants have taken a dive at that spot over the last decade or so. “Why would anyone put a restaurant in that location?” a friend asked. “It's not going to work. The place has a dark cloud ...
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