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The new prototype features new entertainment tech, including the capability for onsite gaming contests, as well as an intensified focus on sports viewing.
The cashierless concept plans to expand to 3,000 units by 2021.
The hot dog specialist has fired up a new free-standing prototype to provide a younger face to the public.
The fast casual is rolling out a new prototype next month that comes along with a “more community-centric” chain positioning.
Subtle tweaks signal changes in the way the off-premise boom and other influences are shaping the restaurant business.
The building is designed to inspire community among employees, customers and the surrounding neighborhood.
A Southern restaurant in Chicago focused its massive renovation on frying more chicken and, potentially, keeping and recruiting more line cooks.
Lowcountry makes plans to scale up by launching a fast casual-full service combo.
The chain and its franchisees are spending hundreds of millions to remodel restaurants in Canada.
The chain plans to open up to 1,000 of the upscale units, which serve liqueur and Italian baked goods.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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