Community as a Catalyst for Business with Eric See of Ursula
There has, perhaps, never been a more important time than now to be involved in your community: the place you live, the people you work with, the guests that patronize your business. Community can be a catalyst for your business. It can also be a lifeline.
Collaborations seem to be everywhere. No, we don’t just mean quirky food combos, but rather legitimate teamwork within and amongst the greater hospitality community. In the case of today’s guest, he may not be here if it weren’t for such openness, sharing, and the partnership-approach to cooking that exists today.
Our guest today is Eric See, a Brooklyn based pastry chef and the founder of the short-lived, but well-received The Awkward Scone cafe in Bushwick. See opened Ursula, a New Mexican-inspired cafe and bakery, and an homage to his grandmother and New Mexican upbringing, in Crown Heights in September 2020.
Photo Courtesy of Eater.
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