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One Year In Across the Eater Universe

Clockwise, from top left: Perry Smith and Eric Brannon (Ted's Bulletin, DC), Rainer Becker (Zuma, Miami), Brendan Spiro and Seth Johnson (Vandaag, NYC), and Vicki, Edward, and Jennifer Kim (Ruxbin, Chicago)
Clockwise, from top left: Perry Smith and Eric Brannon (Ted's Bulletin, DC), Rainer Becker (Zuma, Miami), Brendan Spiro and Seth Johnson (Vandaag, NYC), and Vicki, Edward, and Jennifer Kim (Ruxbin, 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.

· Washington, DC: Perry Smith And Eric Brannon On Ted's Bulletin's First Year
· Miami: Rainer Becker on Zuma's First Year in Miami
· NYC: Vandaag's Brendan Spiro and Seth Johnson
· Chicago: Ruxbin Looks Back at the First Year of Emotions & Accolades
· SF: Prospect Reflects On The Year That Was
· Houston: Samba Grille's Nathan Ketcham and Estella Erdmann
· Seattle: Ethan Stowell On One Year at Staple & Fancy
· PDX: Bunk Bar's Tommy Habetz on Bunk's Vision, Booking Bands
· Austin: The Peached Tortilla's Eric Silverstein on Plans For a Brick-and-Mortar
· Los Angeles: Chego's Roy Choi

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