As operators have moved food preparation "out front" into servery areas, it has become more important to make sure refrigerated storage space is available where food is being prepped, as at this sushi station at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Contemporary station designs often incorporate reach in coolers that are centrally located in order to keep extra supplies convenient so counters can be re-stocke easily during high volume rush periods. It can easily be argued that ...
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