A Time Well Spent by Lawrence Freundlich
A Biography of Jerome Brody

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An amazing story of how one man and his handpicked team took Restaurant Associates from a failing cafeteria chain to the highest levels of dining luxury setting. At the pinnacle of RA's glory, on account of a divorce, Brody's in-laws, who controlled its stock, dismissed Brody from RA. Almost instantly Brody created a restaurant empire of his own.

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Published October 1, 2000 by Welcome Rain Publishers. 236 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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The creator of the Four Seasons, the Rainbow Room, Raffles, and the Sherry Netherland, Brody was a tireless worker who pioneered the notion of the gourmet concept restaurant in America.

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In this biography of restaurateur Jerome Brody, Freundlich (president of New York book packager Freundlich Communications) brings to the fore the man originally behind Restaurant Associates, the company that invented theme restaurants and fine American dining with such Manhattan eating places as ...

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