Upscale restaurants don’t discount the danger to reputations as they turn to bargain promos

Upscale restaurants don’t discount the danger to reputations as they turn to bargain promos

As the nation’s faltering economy leaves diners clutching their wallets tightly, white-tablecloth operators are slashing prices by offering deals they hope will lure diners into their restaurants.

An increasing number of upscale restaurants are turning to such promotions as fixed-price menus, deep discounts on wines and two-for-one bargains—once largely the domain of pizza chains.

Hoping to attract locals before the skiing season arrives, the Mirador restaurant at the exclusive L

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