Economist Tyler Cowen Says To Avoid Restaurants Where The Patrons Are Smiling
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Economist Tyler Cohen wants consumers to think twice about walking into a restaurant where the patrons are smiling.
It's not that they're serving bad food per se, it's just that the food won't be all that great, he told Business Insider.
"A lot of restaurants are for socializing," Cohen said. They're "patronized by cool...
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