SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Like Mars and Venus, Scarsdale and Manhattan differ in many ways, and some of those differences can be seen in a comparison of Gourmet Garage's new suburban store model vs. its New York City store format. Gourmet Garage's city stores range from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet, attract far more foot traffic, have concrete floors and a no-frills feeling. Company officials chose Scarsdale, a village of elegant homes and six-figure salaries, for the first suburban Gourmet Garage. ...

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