Bon Appetit Recession Style

Posted by: Stacy Perman on September 22, 2008

393px-Lobster_NSRW.jpg According to an item in New York magazine, some of the city’s tony eateries are paring down along with the economy, lowering prices and offering incentives to fill tables and keep diners coming back during these leaner financial times. For instance, the Strip House no longer serves four-pound lobsters ($29 per pound) — although it now offers two-pounders while over at the W Hotel, the Icon restaurant has slashed its tasting menu to $66 from $90.

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