Makings of a landmark restaurant

Oswald, Lori Jo
December 1998
Alaska Business Monthly;Dec98, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p26
Profiles the Lucky Wishbone Restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska owned by George and Peggy Brown. Ongoing debate among pilots at a counter; Establishment in 1955; Restaurant history; Qualifications for restaurant management; Factors that contributed to early success; Management style; Opinion of retirement. INSET: Business tips..


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