By Michael Stahl Boston Magazine, March 1, 2019 The past decade has been a roller coaster ride for the city’s restaurants.
Many of the citys newest restaurants have been hit hard by the recession.
But it wasn’t always that way.
In fact, the city s first restaurant owners, and its first restaurant pioneers, started out as immigrants from rural China.
“It was really a labor-intensive city.
We were all farmers, we all worked on farms,” said a man named Huayi Li, a former factory worker.
Li started opening restaurants at the end of the 20th century.
In the late ’80s, he opened a restaurant called Shanghai Cafe.
Today, Shanghai Cafe serves up the best Chinese food in the city, but you can still taste it in the small storefronts where the food is served.
But the restaurant business never really took off, because there weren’t enough people willing to pay the high rent and wait for a table.
The restaurant industry was on the decline in the early 1990s, and there was a big drop in restaurant visits during that time.
Then, in 1999, a wave of immigrants came to Boston from China.
They brought with them a whole new set of culinary skills.
“The Chinese restaurant scene was growing and the quality of the food was improving,” said James J. Daley, an author who wrote the best-selling cookbook Chinatown, about the city that opened in 1910.
“They really started opening up and they opened up in a very different way.”
Daley said the Chinese restaurants opened up fast, and they didn’t just focus on food, they also focused on serving quality food and good service.
Today, Chinatown is considered the heart of the Chinatown neighborhood.
Its where people who work at restaurants get to know the customers and meet the chefs.
It s also where the Chinese restaurant culture is deeply rooted.
At this point, Chinatowns popularity is growing, but the neighborhood is still very small.
Chinatowns restaurants tend to be very busy, and the food quality can be very high, so the people who live here want to stay here.
And the restaurants that do stay open often have great food and they have very good service, which is why Chinatowns residents are calling Chinatown home.
This is a part of the story, said the author.
He said the restaurant industry is thriving because it s hard work.
“People are trying to earn a living, and you cant just keep up with the demand,” said Daley.
“There are people who want to be a restaurateur.
And you cant keep up.
You cant keep making the same mistakes over and over again.”
For the first time in over a decade, Chinese restaurants in Boston have opened their doors to a very large group of people.
But this isn’t the only restaurant community in the countrys future.
New York s Chinatown is now growing and expanding, but this is a story of immigrants who came to this country and opened restaurants.
A few years ago, the New York Times wrote about a restaurant in Brooklyn named Peking Duck.
The restaurant is named for the Chinese character for “duck.”
This is where immigrants from China have opened Chinese restaurants for the first ever time.
They s a bit unusual because most restaurants in New York are Chinese.
But they are still very successful, because they s a small place.
Peking Duck is located in Brooklyn, and its open to the public.
But when the restaurant opened, they had only a few tables.
That s not the case today.
Peking Duck has expanded and opened two more locations.
Chinese restaurants are opening in other cities, including Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Seattle.
There s still a lot of room for improvement in Chinatowns food scene.
Many restaurants are still working out their menus, and restaurants are only open for a limited number of people at a time.
Even so, Chinese restaurant families are trying new ways to improve their menus.
Here is a look at how Chinese restaurants are doing, in terms of quality and service.
Quality and service Shanghai restaurant family restaurants In terms of food, Shanghai has one of the most diverse cuisines in the world.
The city s food is so diverse that the Chinese refer to themselves as a “food culture.”
Shanghai is also home to some of the biggest brands in the U.S. and abroad.
The first restaurant that opened was Tianhai Cuisine, located at 1st and Market streets in Chinatown.
It is a classic Chinese restaurant with a Chinese menu.
Tianshai Cu, the first Chinese restaurant in Boston, is located at 5th and Market in Chinatown, and is owned by the Shanghai restaurant chain, Shanghai Restaurant Group.
Its main restaurant is a traditional Chinese restaurant.