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One Year In Across the Eater Universe

Clockwise, from top left: Roost's Megan Henzel (Portland, OR), Cleo's Andrew Adams (Los Angeles), Michel Richard (DC), and Henri's Billy Lawless and Dirk Flanigan (Chicago)
Clockwise, from top left: Roost's Megan Henzel (Portland, OR), Cleo's Andrew Adams (Los Angeles), Michel Richard (DC), and Henri's Billy Lawless and Dirk Flanigan (Chicago)

Today, all of the cities across the Eater universe are running One Year In interviews, in which they talk to chefs and owners on the first anniversary of their restaurant. Below, those who've somehow managed to survive that first year. Required reading for anyone who has ever had the crazy idea to open their own restaurant.

· Atlanta: Mounir Barhoumi of La Fourchette
· Washington, DC: Michel Richard on the Challenges of Running Michel
· Chicago: Billy Lawless and Dirk Flanigan on Henri's First Year
· Miami: Paula DaSilva on the First 365 at 1500°
· New York: Taavo Somer and William Tigertt of Peels
· New Orleans: Sylvain's Sean McCusker Reflects on a Year in the French Quarter
· Portland, OR: Roost's Megan Henzel on Reviews, Diner Perceptions
· Seattle: Lecosho's Matt Janke and Jill Buchanan
· Houston: Evan Shannon of Moon Tower Inn
· Dallas: Bambu Thai's Year Of Home-Style Esan Thai Cooking
· Austin: Hopdoddy's Chuck Smith
· Los Angeles: Andrew Adams Discusses One Successful Year at Cleo
· San Francisco: Cotogna's Michael and Lindsay Tusk

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