At the sleek Stonehill Tavern at the St. Regis Resort in posh Dana Point, Calif., guests can now sit in the bar area and feast on barbecued Berkshire pork belly or Maine lobster roll sliders, or snack on popcorn spiked with truffles. The price? Only $5.In the quick-service and casual-dining sectors, the $5 price point has emerged as the sweet spot to win the attention of today’s spending-shy consumers, and now the fine-dining world also is viewing the $5 mark as a way to ...
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