Jim Cramer discusses his latest investment, Mexican restaurant Bar San Miguel in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, and what it's taught him about companies like Buffalo Wild Wings and Chipotle. He says he's learned the importance of throughput, commodity costs and what it's like to run a business where you're subject to various issues like minimum wage, government regulation and health inspection. With all that he's learned, Cramer says he's been better at stocks as a result of owning the restaurant.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long ___.

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