With April 15 approaching, restaurant operators hope tax refunds will bring back some customers. Meanwhile, small plates and family-style service continue to prevail over the traditional entrée. Soft drink sales again declined last year, a report finds. Some chefs in New York are taking legal action to protect signature dishes. And kosher food is getting more upscale treatments. • Restaurants hope tax refunds lure guests. The refunds could help offset rising gas prices and ...

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