“LOOK FOR VENUES with progressive-thinking chefs in the kitchen,” urges Tom Ney, director-food marketing for Rodale, the Emmaus, Pa.-based publishers of Prevention, Men's Health, and numerous other lifestyle magazines, as well as The South Beach Diet. Ney's attitude represents that of most planners today, who have become much more discerning about their F&B decisions. That goes for the “B” part as well: For example, he always chooses fine wines in 750 milliliter bottles and local beers ...

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