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And we have a great small business concept for you now.
-- and I restaurant in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania that.
Actually changing their cuisine based on the countries that the US doesn't necessarily.
Like at the little bit and we have rang in -- with Fox News Latino joining us on set.
The conflict kitchen what a great I again I feel like that PR in the marketing team.
Kind of company down dip market out warm -- -- and they'll probably.
Isn't that incredible -- think about this in the middle Pittsburgh downtown.
Two restaurant owners John Watson and I and I Don.
They decide you know what.
It seems like there's different types of -- that are offered in Pittsburgh -- how do we offer that's an inside noble told complicated -- so right now since 2010.
They've been changing the -- from based on who the United States is in conflict -- So right now we started off with.
Iran where I went to Venezuela Cuba and now we're back to -- -- serving Persian through.
The concept is very popular -- serving at least 300 people day to come up to take out window.
And depending on who -- in conflict with right now to look outside the restaurant is called -- and a kitchen.
What they're trying to do.
Is to start the conversation for people let's entice people with food from that country's you know menace will include a Cuban food or Iran -- -- And then let's talk about the politics let's get past.
-- the mainstream media and let's really try try and having a dialogue.
So you order -- you run in theater person who anywhere from five to eight dollars and they give it she wrapped up.
In a wrapper that has conversations from people that are in that country -- talk about the culture of social situation politics.
It's really meant to just bring people that.
You know have a niche a little bit and its audience are better -- you know interest in politics tests and really talk about it with their friends and do that so it's really.
Part or projects.
-- restaurant but I'd absolutely hit part like you know boxing ring or other things yeah I didn't look at -- you know it's not.
They're -- I don't know if they're not looking want to take out restaurants and they -- another -- -- no -- -- but they have a lot of the conversations and once of the conversations between friends but what they also do -- -- host social events so for instance at a Skype event.
In which they really Skype for the restaurants run.
And had people from two run.
Skyping in with American sitting at the table having you -- -- -- it was a conversation about what the situation is like there how are things you know how are things going.
-- that you don't how.
A very radical person.
Taking part in that congress -- it.
There ideas are welcome but I would imagine other people feel they're looking at right -- looking for every -- people.
They're trying I think that'd be really take time and figure out -- their brilliance of these conversations but the -- goal.
Is some really spark an interest in politics in conversation people that just wanted to buy -- I don't winner's owners today have -- -- up.
Political background or Randy -- as a matter of fact you don't want to -- they wanted to do the State Department they feel like he really just wanna have.
The it's it's an interest that they have to have an international interest in this -- you know what.
It's a neat thing and so they said okay well how does an excellent and it's and it's yeah exactly exactly right.
And you know between five dollars and eight dollars you can find meals.
They're partly funded by nonprofit organizations that are.
That are helping them -- at the end of the day they say they're not planning on opening any other locations but that this location is doing fine just based on the food sales.
And a part time or 2000 has been -- -- doesn't send and so this summer yet they're thinking about Korean -- Which you know in North Korean slash South Korean food and they changed the concerts every six months so I mean it's it's an incredible -- I agree I do we have any sense of knowing.
-- Ryan's going for -- -- food or is it no an Irish person wants the Iran in foods like who's their main audience.
There audience's -- -- they found a fountain and need in Pittsburgh for food.
But you couldn't necessarily finder for instance -- Cuban restaurants when they're in conflict with Cuba there was about five Cuban restaurants in Pittsburgh before they decide to come out there take up.
People wanted to Cuban food and then what they ended up getting.
Was a lot more than that can then figure out what it was like to actually go to look called Sina Golan Raza called FHA is a name based on the country -- -- it.
And they were able to figure out OK what's the cultural life can and people keep coming back the food has to be good.
The food brings you to the door they hope the conversation keeps coming back.
And what has been less successful so far Brian there looks like it's that it actually loosely as the -- in the past so that twice now on the 45 iterations of -- I'm trying to think of what Persian food it is if I've had and then maybe not realized it.
Yeah I mean it's a lot of it's like pickle ball stuff in the chicken in the land -- I kind of stuff -- at the -- but they really be -- Iranians actually working in the restaurant so it's as authentic as -- can -- now out and have a shepherds at the UN in Pittsburgh yes exactly right.
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