Come the last day of July, Bill Piscitello will be perched in a lawn chair atop a hill overlooking Breadmen’s on West Rosemary Street, a cold drink in hand, watching the bulldozers move in. His older brother, Roy ’70, recovering from a…
A family-owned restaurant can have advantages in trying times.
Jose Ramirez, co-owner of Que Chula Tacos in 140 West Plaza, signed a lease just two months before the state shut down dining rooms and asked potential customers to stay home to…
While the looser restrictions of Phase 2 are welcome, local businesses are still faced with many challenges providing safe environments for staff and customers, as well as making the economics work.
Being a family-owned restaurant can have its advantages in trying times.
For example, say you signed a seven-year lease on a West Franklin Street space in the most expensive part of Chapel Hill — just two months before the state shut down…