As high-end steakhouse chains drive a herd of value-meal deals into the market-place to cope with recession-trimmed traffic counts, their executives are keeping a watchful eye on preventing check-average erosion and the tarnishing of the high-end patina. See also “Recession batters upscale chains” The deals are galloping across the map. Morton’s is offering a steak dinner for two for $99.99, or a single dinner for $58. Sullivan’s is ...
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