Toasted bread samplers, contemporary Latin dishes, snacks for less than $5 and high-end takeout are among the hot restaurant trends coming next year, a San Francisco hospitality consulting group predicted Tuesday. RELATED • Top food trends at MUFSO • Beverage menus increasingly feature pumpkin • More restaurant food and beverage news In the fifth annual trend-spotting webinar by public relations and marketing firm Andrew Freeman & Co., principal ...

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