NEW YORK Tavern on the Green said they backed out of negotiations after determining that costly renovations and higher fees would prove difficult to recoup in the slowed economy. —Several potential bidders on the contract for The May 18 deadline to submit proposals to take over the contract for the renowned restaurant came and went, and the field of bidders was winnowed from approximately 150 to just a handful of contenders, including ...
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