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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

"You can't really quantify what exactly a pastry department brings to the business because you never really make your money back on pastry. But the reason you pay $10 for dessert is not because the dessert cost $10, it's because it took two people make it. Only 40 percent of people get the dessert." That's Neighborhood Restaurant Group pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac weighing in after Adam Platt declared it the "dark age of dessert.". [NoVa Mag, Grub Street]