WASHINGTON Palm Restaurants’ decision to expand into the European marketplace marks a first for high-end steakhouse operators based in the United States who previously had avoided crossing the Atlantic because of tough restrictions and high tariffs on imported American beef. — The 28-unit chain’s European beachhead will undoubtedly be watched closely by U.S. steakhouse chains like Morton’s and Ruth’s Chris, which also have ...
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