While local, seasonal ingredients will continue to anchor menus this fall, chefs and restaurateurs are focusing on innovations that allow guests to customize their visits and to eat and drink at unconventional times and places. As the weather cools and the economy remains tepid, many operators also expect side dishes and vegetable-based preparations to become more prevalent, giving the customers the option of mixing and matching, sharing or possibly just splitting a few sides with cocktails ...
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