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Three hires have been made tied to business development.
The Ragin’ Pepperoni Pizza will be on menus until mid-April.
Discover customers will no longer need to sign receipts beginning in April.
Operators took some high-stakes gambles this year.
Guests can enjoy an order of fajitas with a cup of queso and two cinnamon-dusted sopapillas for $9.99.
Kids 10 and under will be able to eat for free from 4 p.m. until close with the purchase of an adult entree.
Meritage believes the restaurants will add over $100 million in annual sales.
Scott SirLouis will be in charge of developing and implementing new processes to aid in the growth of the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s and The Brass Tap concepts.
J.R. Galardi has assumed the role after spending over 15 years learning the family business.
The new offerings will be available on weekdays at the restaurant’s bar area.
The menu brings small plates and internationally influenced dishes into the mix.
The 57-year-old entrepreneur was reportedly worried about overdue tax payments and an overtime pay lawsuit.
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