In May, my restaurant, Bistro 101 in Mt. Horeb, WI, turned five. We opened in 2008 just as the economy was starting its downward spiral. At that point, we were too far in not to move forward with the business. So, we charged ahead.         I operate a small independent restaurant in a small town. We did a lot of things wrong and we did a lot of things right. I was our chef and I cooked good food. I did a lot of table visits, I listened to our guests’ ...

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