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Unlike many well-known brands in the casual-dining space, The Lost Cajun focuses on Creole cuisine.
The fast casual describes its kitchen as “open-source” and “intentionally transparent,” or what a full-service rival might call a display kitchen.
Bulla Gastrobar is finding success in introducing the Spanish style of tapas dining to American audiences.
Farm-to-table fast casual Dig Inn that has caught the attention of some highly regarded investors.
Your Pie differentiates its menu with a Craft Series of pies, featuring five seasonally focused pizzas each year.
The fast-casual Mediterranean chain offers a selection of bowls and wraps, as well as loaded fries.
Blue Bottle focuses on providing customers with an exceptional cup of coffee brewed with care.
The company, which counts private-equity firm General Atlantic among its sponsors, has apparently been considering an IPO.
This first-timer on the Future 50 bills itself as a place for “fine-casual chef-driven ‘cue.”
Apple Spice is ahead of many of its competitors when it comes to catering.
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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