One of the most closely watched restaurant debuts of the year occurs in Citrus Park, FL this week when Paul Lee's Chinese Kitchen, a joint venture of P.F. Chang's founder Paul Fleming and the deep-pocketed Outback Steakhouse chain, opens for business. Aimed at a $14 price point that puts it somewhere below that of P.F. Chang's (from which Fleming has retired), the new full service concept is distinguished by the inclusion of two separate kitchens in the back of the house. One serves dining ...

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