Driven by the explosion in beer quality and variety and the consumer's unquenchable thirst for new flavors, beer-and-food pairings are bringing an uptick in business to some restaurants, bars and hotels. At Gramercy Tavern, part of Union Square Hospitality Group in New York City, a small but knowing crowd eagerly antes up $14 to $47 for esoteric vintage beers to sip with chef Michael Anthony's seasonal American cuisine. "These beers are bringing in people who otherwise would not ...
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