While the full-service restaurant scene in Seattle is being shaken by new minimum-wage requirements, operators across the U.S. are keeping a close eye on the situation as similar regulation may be heading their way. While most restaurant operators in Seattle are in “wait and see” mode, some are considering dramatic changes they’ll have to make to accommodate rising labor costs. Chef Jason Wilson—chef/owner at two Seattle eateries, says labor costs will rise 50 ...
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