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El Toro restaurant in Morrisville
Jennifer Isabell
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During the pandemic, now-former El Toro owner Jennifer Isabell cut back on hours and staff. To her surprise, the business actually became more profitable. Then after six years in the business, Isabell got an offer on her restaurant, and she sold the company on Sept. 1.
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