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Inside Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen

A four-in-one concept tempers risk.

In the suburb of Morristown, N.J., a fine-dining restaurant might be busy three nights a week, says Jockey Hollow owner Chris Cannon. “The trend is toward casual dining; it’s taken hold everywhere,” he says. So the 20-year restaurant-industry vet made what he calls a smart business move, opening four distinct spots—a high-end dining room, cocktail lounge, oyster-and-wine bar and basement rathskeller—all under one roof. “[Diners] are not constrained to any one thing,” he says. 

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