The lunch counter became popular in America in the 1920s American eating, and 80 years later, we see their return but this time they offer a more hip and intimate experience.

\The NY Times looks at the return of the counter as a dining destination. The lunch counter became popular in America in the 1920s American eating, and 80 years later, we see their return but this time they offer a more hip and intimate experience:

At restaurants in New York and a few other cities, the counter is where innovative dishes are served, top-tier prices are charged and in-the-know diners willingly sit elbow-to-elbow-to-elbow. In fact, in a few new sliver-slim restaurants, the counter is the only place to sit…

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