The financial crisis has many restaurants recalibrating their value propositions, but it's trickier to do in some segments than in others. Consider the challenge faced by San Francisco's Supperclub, where customers recline in Roman-style beds while enjoying a fine-dining dinner, off-the-wall live entertainment and dancing, all for one set price. What do you do to keep an operation like this in high gear during a recession? It's an all-or-nothing proposition, because there's no a la carte ...

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