NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. —Chopped American Kobe beef with a mushroom-Burgundy sauce? Kobe-style beef sliders on briochelike King’s Hawaiian rolls? Are the menus of old-fashioned diners and midscale casual chains supposed to feature highfalutin beef that is more commonly seen on fine-dining menus? —Chopped American Kobe beef with a mushroom-Burgundy sauce? Kobe-style beef sliders on briochelike King’s Hawaiian rolls? The operators of Ruby’s, the ...
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