Growing numbers of restaurants are dishing up ample helpings of all-you-can-eat promotions to lure consumers whose appetites might be suppressed by the historic gloom and doom emanating from Wall Street and the nation’s housing and jobs markets.While such deals are most pronounced and heavily marketed in the troubled casual-dining sector, even quick-service and family-dining operators now are touting “endless,” “bottomless” and “never-ending” food portions.Practitioners insist that the ...
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