TAKE A FLYER: Can a hotel restaurant become hip? The Renaissance Long Beach thinks they’ve found the formula with Tracht’s. Remember when steakhouse operators thought that brightening their interiors and adding a handful of non-meat options to the menu would make their male-oriented enclaves more appealing to women? It worked. In fact, this strategy was successful not only in attracting more female customers, but to the point of attracting female chef/owners who realized that the ...
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