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One Year In Across the Eater Universe - March 2012

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.

Clockwise, from top left: James Roller of Ten Oak (Austin); Martial Noguier of Bistonomic (Chicago); Sang Yoon of Lukshon (L.A.);Leah Dubois of Local 146 (Boston)

· Boston: Chef Leah Dubois on Year One at Local 149
· NYC: Tamer, Emelie, and Elise of Colonie
· DC: Chef Erik Bruner-Yang on Toki Underground's First Year
· NOLA: Ralph Brennan on Heritage Grill
· Miami: James Cawley on Rosa Mexicano's 1st Year
· Chicago: Martial Noguier Talks About Bistronomic's First Year

· Denver: David Schneider Reflects on Row 14's First Year
· Austin: James Roller of Ten Oak Bourbon House and Lounge
· Houston: Pondicheri's Anita Jaisinghani Reminisces on the First Year
· Dallas: Braden, Yasmin Wages of Malai Kitchen
· Seattle: Cuoco Chef Stuart Lane
· Vegas: Angela Grogan Talks about Rí Rá
· PDX: Aaron Woo on Natural Selection's First Year
· SF: Greg Dunmore of Nojo
· L.A.: Sang Yoon Looks Back on Year One of Lukshon

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