In Chicago: Kosher Milt’s Barbecue sold to employees, “will continue charitable giving as a key part of the business model”

JTA
Employees become owners at Chicago’s beloved kosher barbecue restaurant
by Yvette Alt Miller
January 21, 2020

A group of longtime employees is taking ownership of Milt’s Barbecue for the Perplexed, the popular kosher restaurant here that has been donating its profits to support local charities for seven years. Within months of opening in 2013, Milt’s menu of home-smoked meats and barbecue dishes had made it a hit among both kosher and non-kosher diners. Chicago Magazine named it one of the best new restaurants in the city, and it has been a beloved institution. The consortium of employees bought the restaurant for $1 earlier this month. READ MORE

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