Thursday, 5 February 2009

New York Restaurants Drop the Attitude

Dining & Wine > Critic’s Notebook on The New York Times
Battered by the economy, restaurants are reaching out to customers with special deals and extra effort. "You need to hug the customer," one restaurateur said. Del Posto, in the Chelsea neighborhood, offers a 20-course meal that once cost $250 for $175. ...
...HAS a restaurant hugged you lately? Has it insisted that you can have it more cheaply than you thought possible and whenever you want, not just at 5:45 p.m., when your desire isn’t close to peaking, or at 9:30, when you almost can’t be bothered anymore? Has it dropped its usual guard? Surrendered its typical reserve? I’m betting that the answer is “yes” — and that if you eat out regularly in New York, you’ve noticed ...

Full Story: Restaurants Stop Playing Hard to Get; By FRANK BRUNI




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