Earlier this year, restaurant prices seemed to skyrocket thanks to rising prices and various mandates, but now restaurants are lowering prices to adjust to the economy: "I also heard from Frank Klein of Fish & Farm, who said that the restaurant just implemented a 'recession-proof menu.' He reports that in the first two weeks of the change, his business spiked 27 percent. 'We are doing many things, getting price point to $18-22 bucks, lower-priced comfort food, etc., and it seems to be resonating!' [BauerBlog]
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