As the recession casts its pall over the restaurant scenes in many cities, the scene in Dallas, the host city for the 2009 Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators conference Oct. 4-6, continues to shine.Given a comparatively vibrant local economy and a public that regards dining out as a serious avocation, Dallas remains the site of numerous restaurant openings as well as a testing ground for innovative new concepts.“I think we are faring better in Dallas than in many metropolitan areas across the ...

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