Hummus is not that hard to make, but I must try anything before I know whether it is good.
So, once they open, I will either ask fellow contributors if it is any good, or spend approximately $7 of my own money to see for myself.
I predict I will be served by employee making between $7 and $10 an hour.
I predict the manager will make more than the employee, for work that is less arduous.
As a result of being owned by their operator, I predict that they will have to pay less for occupying the space than they otherwise would, but will have to cover Opportunity Costs.
While I wish everything was cheaper (including residential rents, beer and hummus), I have grudgingly accepted that "fair" is determined by the amount I and others are willing and able to pay.
As a result, I will not let others define terms like "greed", "conscience", and "exorbitant". I will define these for myself, just as others define them for themselves.
If the hummus and beer are good, I'll be a regular.
For better or worse, the change on Nostrand is going to make the change on Franklin look minor.