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One Year In Across the Eater Universe - June 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.

Mike Isabella, Graffiato, Washington, DC. [Photo: R. Lopez], Allan Rodriguez, El Centro, Boston. [Photo: Cal Bingham], John and Christine Aranza, Autre Monde, Berwyn, Illinois. [Photo: Jason Little], Scott Dolich, Bent Brick, Portland, Oregon. [Photo: Dina Avila

· Boston: El Centro Chef-Owner Allan Rodriguez
· New York: Filip Trcka Looks Back on Year One of Hospoda
· Philadelphia: David Fields on Year One at A. Kitchen
· Washington, DC: Mike Isabella on Graffiato's Busy First Year in Chinatown

· Atlanta: Genki Owner Reid Zeising on His First Year
· Miami: Todd Erickson of Haven
· New Orleans: Kirk Estopinal on Branching Out at Bellocq
· Houston: Joshua Martinez Of The Modular
· Austin: One Year In: Walt Powell at Flix Brewhouse
· Chicago: John & Christine Aranza on Autre Monde's First Year
· Las Vegas: Jason Strauss on the Difficulties of Running Marquee
· San Francisco: Adam and Stacy Jed Take Stock As Bluestem Turns One
· Portland: Scott Dolich on the Bent Brick's "Hybrid" First Year
· Seattle: Bar Del Corso Graced by Beacon Hill Boogie Man Spirit
· Denver: Chef Christopher Cina of Ghost Plate & Tap
· Baltimore: Thames Street Oyster House's First Year in Baltimore

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