Posted May 10, 2018 02:16:56 The Chop and Chop Shop was an iconic American institution from its opening in 1869 to its demise in 1973.

It was the first chain restaurant in the United States to have a kitchen, and its popularity helped propel it to become a major chain.

But as we enter the 21st century, the chain has been hit by a resurgence of its own.

While its history is more or less the same, the culture has changed in ways that are difficult to fully explain.

For one thing, the concept of an American institution has been superseded by one that is based on a global one.

As of March 2018, there were more than 7,000 Chop and Chops in more than 20 countries.

Many of those are based in the U.S., but others are in countries as far away as New Zealand and India.

We recently spoke to a group of Chop and Chopper owners about what has changed and what’s still going on in the restaurant business, and we found it to be fascinating.

Here’s what we learned: 1.

The Chop shop was built in a time when diners were more likely to go to the restaurant for their dinner than their food.

“The dining room had never been this big, or this big at all,” said George McDaniel, owner of the iconic Chicago restaurant, Chop House.

“You’ve got to have an air of sophistication.

You’ve got your seats, your tables, your chairs, and you have a menu.

But it wasn’t just about the food.”

The dining room at Chop House in Chicago.

The dining area was always so large.

McDaniel said that a restaurant like the Chop House was always going to be a gathering place, and that the food was more about the conversation.

2.

While Chop House’s legacy has endured, it has also evolved.

As more diners started to come in for meals, the dining room was expanded.

“We did have a larger kitchen, so we expanded that,” said McDaniel.

“But there was also a smaller dining room.

And then we had a larger bar.

And now we have a smaller bar and the dining area is smaller.

And that’s why we’ve gotten so much better.

“And it was an all-you-can-eat place. “

I remember when we opened, we had to be at a restaurant, but we weren’t necessarily a restaurant,” he continued.

“And it was an all-you-can-eat place.

You could go in and eat whatever you wanted.

And we got so good that it took us a few years to figure out how to open a restaurant.”

McDaniel told us that the chain’s restaurant culture was born in the 1960s, when the owners of Chop House decided to open the chain at a time that many restaurants were closing down.

“They knew that there were going to have to be other ways of serving food,” he said.

“So they wanted to do something that wasn’t so fast and fast-casual.”

But the chain quickly took off.

According to McDaniel: “When we opened in 1968, it was very early on in our history.

We had no concept of how to operate, and the customers were just kind of hanging around, so it wasn’s very early.

But the next thing you know, we have over 4,000 restaurants.”

McDan told us about the chain “getting its first taste of success” when it opened the Chop Shop at The Chop.

“At first, people thought it was just a gimmick,” he recalled.

“Then, a few months later, it became something very special, and it became a brand that was really popular.”

3.

As the restaurant chain’s popularity increased, so did its cost.

McDan explained that when the chain opened, “the owners of the restaurants were paying $2,000 a month for the dining space.

But then the cost went up and the number of tables went up.”

The menu was often packed with appetizers and sides, and as McDaniel explained, the waiters were the ones who had to take those orders.

“By 1968, you’re making about $5,000 for every seat you’re giving,” he told us.

“It’s kind of ridiculous.

You have a chef making $2 an hour and you’re paying $8 an hour to get people to eat their meals.

That’s a little ridiculous.”

McDaniels said that the cost of maintaining the restaurant “never really went up as the chain expanded,” but “the cost of the labor and the food, it really just kept going up.”

It was this price increase that led McDaniel to question whether he could make a living as an owner.

“There were certain people that came in and didn’t want to come back, so they just left,” he explained.

“That’s the price of being a restaurant owner.”

4.

The owners of The Chop House did have one other advantage.

The chain’s owners