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America’s Best & Worst Restaurants (Infographic)

America’s Best & Worst Restaurants (Infographic)

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The Anatomy of a Successful RestaurantThe Anatomy of a Successful Restaurant Infographic via Chef Works
Opening a restaurant means entering one of the riskiest markets out there. See America’s most competitive restaurants, and a list of why some restaurants must put up the closed sign, for good.

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3:27PM PDT on Oct 16, 2013

oO come on, really? In the whole nearly a continent? Deepest sympathies.

10:32AM PDT on Sep 28, 2013

Title misleading - no Worst listed, only top reasons why restaurants fail. Give you A for effort but the small print was miniscule, very difficult to read. Thank you for the information.

12:52PM PDT on Sep 23, 2013

ty

10:00AM PDT on Sep 22, 2013

Thanks for the thought of posting, but not clear and I give you a (one) for visuals.

10:00AM PDT on Sep 22, 2013

Any resturant serving Vegan or even Vegetarian food suits me to a T! Never heard of many of those listed.

7:50AM PDT on Sep 22, 2013

Thank you! Happy Autumn Equinox!

10:06PM PDT on Sep 21, 2013

I must keep these restaurants in my memory, in the event I travel to any of these places. Is this just wishful thinking?

1:00PM PDT on Sep 21, 2013

Thanks.

11:16PM PDT on Sep 20, 2013

Hard to see infographic. Well researched though.

5:34PM PDT on Sep 20, 2013

One of the most successful locally owned and well loved restaurants in my community closed -- why? The very elderly lady grew tired of owning and managing it even with her adult children's help. The closing was like losing a member of the family. No chain restaurant will ever match its ambiance or "down-home" cooking.

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