Most people wouldn’t expect a vegetarian to feel at home in a steakhouse. But today even the meatiest menu offers meat-free options specifically for guests with different tastes. That’s as it should be: The guest is king, and part of the business is making sure that every guest feels at home.
 But with the slight uptick in the number of people adopting meat-free diets, we’ve also seen an uptick in the die-hard activism of those who aren’t interested in tolerance ...

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