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IHOP Conquers Brooklyn

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Though skeptics predicted an IHOP in Brooklyn wouldn't last for long, turns out the branch that opened downtown on Livingston Street in December is one of the chain's top sellers among the chain's 1,300 stores. The sales are so high that IHOP execs have plans in the works for more: "'It seems like there's no recession in Brooklyn,' said Dave Cox, owner of the new IHOP, who plans to open in Bed-Stuy, East New York and Williamsburg." [NYP via Curbed]

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