New York restaurants roll out dinners designed for two

New York restaurants are catering to a growing trend of diners who want to share a dinner. The Elm, in Brooklyn, serves up pork belly and chicken Kiev for two while Quality Italian in Midtown serves up a heaping plate of chicken parmigiana. Other restaurants are piling on including Lafayette, Le Bernardin and Uncle Boons. "When you put something down on the table, and it's for two people, you watch people draw in close," said the Elm's chef and owner Paul Liebrandt.

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