While I have never had the opportunity to eat there, I have long been a follower of Eleven Madison Park (the three-star Michelin restaurant in NYC that many consider the top restaurant in the USA, if not the world).
One of the things that intrigued me is their willingness to innovate and start-over, even when on top of the restaurant world.
Just over three years ago a segment on CBS' Sunday Morning talked about how Eleven Madison Park, while on top of the world's restaurant game tore everything down and started over. (I have included that blog below, including a link to the segment).
At that time, it made me think of Charles Handy's sigmoid curve and his advice to start your second or next curve before you hit your peak of your current curve.
Well, they are doing it again.