Many members of this season’s class of Trending Tables have a celebratory swagger about them. As overall restaurant traffic remains stagnant and many customers remain leery about spending money, anecdotal evidence suggests that many restaurants at the higher end are doing well — and they can flaunt it. RELATED • Trending Tables at NRN.com • Atlanta • Boston • Chicago • Dallas • Houston • Los Angeles • ...
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