NEW YORK • Restaurateurs hungry for profits are now enlisting experts from stage and screen to cook up dining spaces that double as photogenic lifestyle moments.
Take the case of chef Floyd Cardoz, who wanted his Indian restaurant Paowalla in New York's SoHo to be "fun and energetic", but "wasn't succeeding".
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