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Emily: What was the restaurant before you took over?
I knew him pretty well, we had a great relationship.
But the couple also shares tips and best practices, as well as the enjoyment of being able to pop back and forth to each other's places.
We knew whoever moved in was going to be a little competition to us because the price point would probably be closer to us.
I'm like, "I want an organic coffee," and he would run and get me that.
In the interim, another friend had gotten a job up there in youth services working with runaway homeless youth and delinquents.
Elizabeth: I went up there right after college just as a volunteer.
The teachers come over right after school, or they sneak away for lunch.
It's harder at Elizabeth's because the food is more expensive to purchase.
Then when I would visit Nat, when we were dating, he would say, "Do you want a dumpling?
Nat: My uncle, he passed away in '97, and my dad went to work for my aunt, who was running the business to that point.