The chefs who run the restaurant industry's premier late-night dining spot — the Bromberg brothers, proprietors of New York City's beloved Blue Ribbon — are spilling the beans about what makes their place so popular. Their business model is simple: operate a real restaurant that's open from 4 p.m to 4 a.m. That's why Blue Ribbon has become a permanent destination for cooks, waiters, bartenders and other knowledgeable restaurant industry workers in search of an after-work clubhouse where ...
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