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The company blamed coronavirus for the filing and said it needs to renegotiate leases and cut back on debt.
The moves underscore the polished-casual brand’s progress toward pre-pandemic performance levels.
The high-volume chain plans to open a restaurant providing self-service as well as table service, for beer and food. New technology will be the enabler.
Included in the development plan is one location of the company's drive-thru concept, Jaggers.
Early evidence suggests they can, which could be crucial to their future, but it’s still early, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Bloomin’ Brands sales continued to improve, and it saw little impact on sales as coronavirus spread rapidly in Florida and Texas.
Same-store sales were down 57.2% for the second quarter as dine-in returned and off-premise remained strong.
Its two chains saw similar sales shifts—one sharply up, the other steeply down
It's Just Wings will provide its signature product from the kitchens of Chili's and Maggiano's.
Research conducted by the chain revealed new guest preferences and concerns. Here's how the brand is responding to conditions cited by a number of chains as the new reality.
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