Side dishes, the supporting cast of restaurant menus, often in the shadow of center-of-the-plate stars, are increasingly finding their way into the spotlight. Traditional vegetable and potato sides, while still common, are now being dressed up with innovative flavors or joined by dishes with complex preparations or sophisticated ingredients once reserved for main dishes. And with some premium sides priced at more than $8, operators said they are an effective way to get guests to ...

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