We’ve had 99 cent meals at fast food outlets, two-for-one BOGO offers in casual dining and, as we reported last month (http://restaurant-hospitality.com/news/value-meals-hit-fine-dining-0928), even upper-echelon chains and their independent fine dining brethren have succumbed to the lure of the bargain meal, with “bargain” being a relative term at their level. But the restaurant industry will reach the final frontier of cut-rate dining later this week at San Francisco’s Palio Asti, which is ...
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