Tim and Nina Zagat, who should know a few things about the business after publishing their guides for 30 years, would like you to be aware that opening up a restaurant from scratch is, generally speaking, a terrible idea. It isn't that they don't think you are a good cook, or have a good concept, its just that, well, the restaurant business will eat you alive. So today they turned to the Journal to try and disuade potential restaurateurs. And they have some reasonable points:
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