You know small plate offerings are hot when big steakhouse chains add them to their menus. They aren’t a natural fit, so let’s look at how and why Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar made the transition. Initially, restaurant operators saw small plates as a way to encourage customers to try more adventurous flavors and dishes, particularly ethnic cuisines. This approach worked so well that small plates took on a life of their own. Customers began to make meals out of a few smaller ...

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