Resorts go casual to capture dining dollars

U.S. resorts have begun adding less-pricey, less-formal dining options after several years of struggling to keep white tablecloth eateries full during a down economy, experts say. "They know that diners perceive the traditional resort restaurants as expensive and formal, so they are opening ones that are cheaper and more casual," said Technomic's Darren Tristano.

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