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Best Of 2015: Restaurant for Kids that Isn't Fast Food

Many of us think of Poor Richard's as a homey place to grab a slice of pizza or a latte, get some work done, settle in with a book, or chat with friends while the kids entertain themselves in the toy store. And it is all of those things. But Poor Richard's, a progressive bastion in a conservative town, has gone through decades of reinvention to reach this point. Toward the beginning, when most customers were young adults, it showed movies. When those customers had kids, the toy store was added. When they became empty nesters, the café opened. "It's hard to imagine I've been in business 40 years," says founder and owner Richard Skorman. "It seems like I just opened yesterday." — J. Adrian Stanley

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