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New brands and soon-to-open concepts worth watching
The two-unit Indian fast-casual concept joins Venture Kitchen’s portfolio, which includes Blackwood BBQ and INVICTO.
Daytime dining brands are stealing the mantle of old-guard three-meal concepts.
These chains made their debut on the Top 500 ranking.
Restaurant Business has been profiling Buzzworthy Brands for the past year. Many of these brands have had to shift their focus as the coronavirus pandemic halted their growth.
The fast-casual chain is adding pop-up drive-thrus and seeing success with bulk preorders of its chicken salad.
The Chicago-based doughnut-maker is redoing its decor and emphasizing its coffee program as it seeks to become more of an all-day hangout.
The lemonade and acai bowl fast casual recently transplanted its headquarters to Arizona as it readies for growth.
Robert Cornog and Richard Flaherty plan to expand the 200-unit Asian noodle concept on this side of the Atlantic.
Humble chicken salad may be an unlikely growth driver, but don’t tell this fast-casual chain.
With same-store sales nearly double those of its big sister in Q4, Bubba’s intends to expand by 25% in 2020.
See the full ranking of the Top 100 concepts, which account for more than $1.8 billion in annual revenue, and learn how they are putting hospitality first.
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