With Black Thursday fast approaching, a bunch of chefs talk to the Wall Street Journal's Bruce Palling about how much they hate Valentine's Day. Not only is it harder to make money with tables of two, but also diners tend not to return as often. And Michel Roux Sr. of Britain's Waterside Inn complains that "everyone is sitting in tables of two, so the restaurant ends up looking like the inside of a bus." Says Roux: "Valentine's Day is the most boring day of the year for a chef." [WSJ]
Black Thursday Wire
by Amy McKeever
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