Restaurant groups can offer<br> the best of both worlds

NICK RABAR, corporate executive chef of the Chow Fun Food Group, says being part of a restaurant group allows chefs to flourish and create great menus and dishes. /
NICK RABAR, corporate executive chef of the Chow Fun Food Group, says being part of a restaurant group allows chefs to flourish and create great menus and dishes. /
The secret to Rhode Island’s reputation as a dining mecca is the large number of independently owned and operated restaurants available to us night after…

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