The public may have indulged in some downtime before the fireworks, but surprising revelations ensured the restaurant industry would continue last week to be a prime source of business for chiropractors. Here are four developments that likely spun operators’ heads as much as any firecracker did.
Per Se, one of the nation’s most successful fine-dining restaurants, has agreed to pay current and former catering servers $500,000 to settle charges by the New York attorney general that it violated wage and hour laws four years ago.
One person has died and 248 people have been sickened by bacteria traced to a barbecue restaurant in Lexington, N.C. Six lawsuits have been filed.
The restaurants will feature a pared-down version of the hit full-service BBQ place that Justin Timberlake opened in New York City.
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