LOS ANGELES While research shows that consumers are tired of not being able to dine out as much as they’d like, rising gas prices and lingering under employment will likely prevent any increase on restaurant spending in the near future, according to two industry observers at last week’s UCLA Extension Restaurant Industry Conference. At the one-day event at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Los Angeles, and UCLA’s 14th annual conference, a comprehensive picture of ...
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