Small plates are proving to be a big attraction at restaurants around the country. While independent operators began featuring smaller, less expensive portions years ago, recently chain operators have been stepping up to the small plate, too. Experts note that the smaller offerings serve several purposes. On one hand, they help to attract customers concerned about spending and those worried about their diets. At the same time, small plates provide bar menus with a new alternative to ...

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