BOSTON —Even as casual-dining chains heavily promote meal deals to lure recession-weary consumers, the average prices on the segment’s entrées, side dishes, desserts and bar beverages have actually jumped this year, according to a new study. According to Intellaprice, a Boston-based consulting firm specializing in restaurant pricing, prices for side dishes and desserts jumped 8 percent and 7 percent, respectively, as prices for dinner ...
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