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Some restaurants see a cautious consumer. Others, not so much

Executives with some chains say their diners are shifting to discounts while others say their customers are spending more.


With traffic flagging, Denny's gets back to value

The diner chain, which earlier this year said it was easing up on value, is embracing it again amid a difficult economy.

As the ghost kitchen company has expanded to more than 60 locations across the country, it has left a trail of failed businesses in its wake.

The chain is joining Uber Eats and expanding chicken sandwiches nationwide after same-store sales fell 3.3%.

The chain of revolving sushi restaurants saw stock soar more than 30% on Friday after it said sales and profits were better than expected.

The percentage of places that couldn't meet their lease obligations declined, even with landlords aggressively hiking charges.

Think inflation at the gasoline pumps is a four-alarm issue for the economy? Consider this fuel crisis of the not-so-distant past.

The parent of Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse said its ongoing effort to simplify operations lowered labor costs.

About 72% of operators fear they won't be able to remain in business if costs don't moderate.

The coffee chain believes it has considerable potential selling food in the afternoons. But it is also pushing more espresso and cold beverages and, naturally, drive-thrus.

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