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New brands and soon-to-open concepts worth watching
How the fast-casual chicken wing chain is preparing for growth amid the coronavirus crisis.
With its increased focus on dinner, the c-store chain stakes out a daypart typically dominated by restaurants.
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.
The Hatchery will feature an array of chicken items in a limited-service format with an emphasis on to-go.
Brinker International's first venture is already generating sales at the rate of $150 million a year, and several more brands are in test.
The Cumberland Farms c-store chain is introducing an in-store bakery-cafe featuring freshly made foods and coffees.
Not coincidentally, his new virtual venture may add to his success, too.
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The fast-casual burger brand continues to grow through strong leadership and innovation.
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New restaurants and soon-to-open concepts worth monitoring
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