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New brands and soon-to-open concepts worth watching
Dat Dog CEO Paul Tuennerman is using his next act to prepare the emerging brand for nationwide growth.
The fast-casual burger chain exploited a hole in franchise regulations, selling more than 1,200 licenses before problems became evident.
The Indian fast-casual chain recently received a venture-capital investment from a firm backed by former NFL player Joe Montana.
Hundreds of franchisees lost money betting on the Burgerim brand. Many ended up in bankruptcy. Some lost their homes. These are their stories.
Burgerim was once one of the hottest, fastest-growing brands in the U.S. Then its founder left the country, leaving behind a wreckage of unpaid workers, bankrupt franchisees and others struggling to make it work.
The pie and coffee concept is growing units while also expanding its wholesale, e-commerce and CPG segments.
Tortazo, which sells Mexican sandwiches, bowls, salads and churros, features a full bar and has plans to grow.
The Toasted Yolk is growing with a robust midday menu, classic cocktails and signature churro doughnuts.
Healthy Joe’s, a fast casual serving food cooked in a 500-degree conveyer oven, opened in New York City.
Legacy brands branched out with new concepts in 2019. Here are the ones to keep an eye on in the new year.
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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New restaurants and soon-to-open concepts worth monitoring
RB’s exclusive ranking of the highest-grossing independent restaurants
Peter Romeo highlights the moments restaurateurs miss at their own peril
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