NEW YORK Per Se, one of the city's most exclusive fine-dining restaurants, reportedly will try to beat back the effects of the financial crisis by offering an à la carte menu for the first time. According to a report by The New York Times, the restaurant owned and operated by renowned chef Thomas Keller will begin offering a "salon" menu Wednesday in its 24-seat lounge area.The new menu will feature seven to nine dishes that will change daily. Portion sizes will be larger than ...

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