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How will the pandemic reshape urban fast-casual concepts?

With fewer downtown office workers, many fast-casual chains are eyeing suburban locations or rethinking their business models entirely.


New restaurants are opening as others close

Risky business or smart move? These operators are betting on the latter.

Big restaurant chains, such as Chipotle and Domino’s, expect real estate to become more favorable as locations close. But drive-thru locations could surge in value.

With tens of thousands of retail and restaurant closures, the pandemic will accelerate consumer trends, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

From contests to a $300 million technology acquisition, the chain is intent on improving its drive-thru times.

The entertainment concept hopes a more flexible design will fit in smaller and midsize cities.

The U.S. chicken chain has shrunk by 1,400 locations since 2004 but expects unit growth this year. Here's how it plans to get that done.

The four global leaders were presented with this year's GRLC Distinction Awards.

Start scouting Milwaukee, but remember what they say about New York.

The retail giant hopes to come up with a shopping and entertainment center that’s viable for the times. Foodservice options figure prominently into the plan.

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