Just as “change” has become the mantra of presidential candidates vying for their party’s nomination, hotel operators are striving to transform stereotypical images of hotel restaurants as predictable, old-style places to eat. Several major lodging chains in the full-service and luxury categories are evolving away from traditional, formal dining rooms to bistros, cafes and lobby foodservice. Some hotels continue to snag big-name chefs to attract hotel guests, local ...
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