We’ve finally found something Rick Bayless isn’t good at: anticipation. You’d think a guy who’d just won the inaugural edition of Top Chef Masters and who owns two perennially packed Mexican restaurants (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo) in Chicago would know that his next place would be instantly mobbed. But even Bayless was overwhelmed by the initial reaction to Xoco, his new Mexican street food restaurant that fits the fast casual mode. His business plan addressed every possible aspect of ...
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