It’s interesting to note that the heads of both United Concerned Citizens and Arts East New York approached Lindenwood Diner, and not some generic mall-based restaurant chain, because, guess what happens to our neighborhoods when those huge outside chains come in and replace our local businesses? Our friends go out of business, our neighbors lose their jobs, our local charities can no longer support our friends or neighbors, and our communities suffer.
Food for thought. To be washed down with a Mango Mojito from the Lindenwood Diner.
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