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  1. I'm torn (and somewhat indifferent) about the answer to this question: Should a restaurant be considered as having "Multiple Locations" if it has one brick-and-mortar location, and also a second location in, for example, an airport? The restaurant that brings this to mind is Matsutake - it's a perfect example, as it has a location in Herndon, and a second one at Reagan Airport. I'm happy to go either way on this one - if the answer is "No," I'll put it under Herndon. A similar question (which possibly enters into reductio ad absurdum) arises if a restaurant has a brick-and-mortar location plus a food truck. I assume the answer for this situation is "No." I *hope* it's "No," because I can't keep track of which restaurants in the area have food trucks - a lot of these suburban ethnic restaurants own food trucks with a completely different name, so figuring this out with my limited time and resources would be a fool's errand. I let the members decide whether I should call places like Chipotle "Quick-Serve" or "Fast-Casual" (I'll eventually be re-tagging all these restaurants as "Fast Casual"), so why not throw this out to our members as well?
  2. "Secrets Of DC Food Chains: What Makes Them So Successful" by Rita Rapuano on zagat.com I found this to be interesting. It's not the most in-depth of articles, but gave some good food for thought (pardon the pun).