As restaurants look to boost business during slower months, restaurant week promotions have become wildly popular, springing up in cities across the country. Typically organized by the local tourism board or restaurant association, these fixed-price promotions generate tens of millions of dollars in restaurant revenue each year. They also attract hundreds of thousands of diners, many of whom see restaurant week as an opportunity to try an establishment for the first time.What makes ...

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