Surviving the slow seasons

01/31/2012 | Restaurant Management magazine

Restaurateurs in tourist areas face bigger seasonal swings in business than their peers in more traditional locations, but some say the trade-off is worth it. Michael Kloeti, chef and co-owner of 10-year-old Michael’s on the Hill in Waterbury Center, Vt., stays open year-round, using careful planning and tight budgeting to stay afloat until the tourists return.

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