Publisher Conde Nast To Launch Restaurants Magazine publisher Conde Nast is launching restaurants based on its glossy magazines. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company plans to open one or two restaurants next year, and as many as five per year after that. The company reportedly is only focusing its attention abroad, in cities such as Hong Kong and Dubai.
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Magazine publisher Conde Nast is launching restaurants based on its glossy magazines. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company plans to open one or two restaurants next year, and as many as five per year after that. The company reportedly is only focusing its attention abroad, in cities such as Hong Kong and Dubai.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

And here's another innovation of sorts in the media business. Today's last word in business is magazine-themed restaurants.

Magazine publisher Conde Nast is launching restaurants based on its glossy magazines. Moscow is already home to the Vogue Cafe, the GQ Bar and the Tatler Club.

The Wall Street Journal reports the company plans to open one or two restaurants next year, and as many as five per year after that. But do not expect to order a fancy meal at a New Yorker grill in your local mall anytime soon. Conde Nast is only focusing its attention abroad in cities such as Hong Kong and Dubai.

And that's the business news on MORNING EDITION, from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep.

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