Where do mobsters usually conduct their shady dealings?
Yes, in their cafés or restaurants.
So, I got to thinking, why don’t I conduct my legitimate business dealings in my restaurant?
Why should mobsters have all the fun?
I mentioned in a previous rant, that I recently launched a restaurant.
It’s a tiny-cute hole in the wall.
We can’t even afford a fridge yet.
Everything is stored in coolers.
One is a Coleman and the other styrofoam.
We only bring what we can sell that day.
Anyway, let’s not get sidetracked.
We’ll have an electric cold-box soon enough.
We sell breakfast and comfort food such as sandwiches, tacos, ceviches and empanadas in the evening.
We are the only place that sells Italian Beef in Ecuador.
So, it’s only appropriate to think like a mobster when it comes to business.
Not, really like an underworld figure, but in style.
Every mobster can make some killer meatballs and black coffee.
So can I.
OK, so between breakfast and 5pm I’m now open for business—my other business.
I have a creative studio:
Pretty sweet right?
Press release time.
Oh wonderful words to the media.
Cheers, clink, clink to champagne glasses.
Pérez Cadena: Creative Café
I can see this coming out of Northern Europe or even the U.S.
Thousands of people meet in cafés around the world to conduct business.
I can claim the first Creative Shop/Café in Guayaquil.
Heck, maybe even the world.
Very cool indeed.
Mobster indeed without the crime.