Nightclubs remain the default choice for post-concert partying, but chefs and restaurants are getting smart about grabbing their share of this lucrative late-night business. New York symphony goers can now pay $225 per head to have a meal prepared by a legendary chef as soon as the performance lets out. Is there a way your restaurant could get in on the action? The highbrows who flock to New York Philharmonic concerts at Lincoln Center have at least one thing in common with the headbangers ...
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