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Danny Meyer in conversation with Jonathan Fanton

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Danny Meyer in conversation with Jonathan Fanton

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On May 15, 2014 Roosevelt House hosted a conversation between Danny Meyer, award-winning New York restaurateur and entrepreneur and Roosevelt House Interim Director Jonathan Fanton.

Danny Meyer is the CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group, which includes Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, Blue Smoke, Jazz Standard, Shake Shack, The Modern, Cafe 2 and Terrace 5 (at the Museum of Modern Art), Maialino, Untitled (at the Whitney Museum of American Art), North End Grill, Union Square Events and Hospitality Quotient. An active national leader in the fight against hunger, Danny has long served on the boards of Share Our Strength and City Harvest. He is equally active in civic affairs, having served as the Co-Chair of the Union Square Partnership and on the executive committees of NYC & Co and the Madison Square Park Conservancy.