Chicago eateries say NATO summit may be bad for business

The NATO summit scheduled for Chicago later this month is expected to have a $128 million economic impact on the city, but restaurateurs say the event is likely to mean many empty tables. Security around the event will be tight, keeping office workers and other regulars away from downtown, say operators, who are more optimistic about the business prospects stemming from the National Restaurant Association show this weekend.

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NATO summit may leave Chicago's restaurants hungry - Crain's Chicago Business

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