Tiny eateries fill every inch of their niches

08/11/2013 | Crain's New York Business

Not every would-be restaurateur in New York City is taking to the streets with a food truck -- a growing number are opting to set up shop in tiny stationary places instead. Simply Sliders owner Alon Kruvi pays $3,000 in monthly rent for his 85-square-foot space between a Subway and a Lotto store near Grand Central Station. "We're not paying for storage -- we're basically a stationary food truck," he said.

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