Friday, January 13, 2006
It's not often (ever?) that we get to talk about food on this site, but because of the many immigrants who are a part of this story, I thought it entirely appropriate to post Frank Bruni's column about the restaurant Colors, which appeared in the Diner's Journal of today's NYTimes.
Colors is the undertaking of many of the former employees of Windows on the World. Notably, it's a cooperative venture of its employees, so the chefs, servers and other workers have a stake in the business. According to a recent CNN.com story, 34 of the 35 partners in the venture are immigrants.
Bruni's write-up (which is too preliminary to constitute an actual review) is here:
The CNN story is here: