Restaurants hoping to garner even a slice of summer spending sparked by federal stimulus checks—and the subsequent lift to corporate profits—must offer consumers compelling value and low prices, both operators and industry observers say.With inflation continuing to climb and gas prices hitting more than $4 per gallon as the peak driving season begins, consumers are more strapped than ever in terms of discretionary spending. They already have said previously in various surveys that about ...
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