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Between 30 and 40 stores are now expected to close by Jan. 1.
The high-flying company plans to add two Jaggers units to the two that already open.
The boneless variety will be offered at that price exclusively for dine-in orders.
Diversification into new concepts is sweeping through casual dining in particular. Here’s a rundown of who’s trying what.
Same-store sales for Q2 slipped 0.5% because of a decline in dinner sales and a missed marketing opportunity, executives said.
Greg Flynn says he’s received almost no pushback in a three-market no-delivery test, says RB’s The Bottom Line, arguing that the service should be margin-neutral.
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Parent Dine Brands plans to invest in capabilities ranging from better in-store Wi-Fi to geolocation systems that signal the arrival of a takeout customer.
The system’s two largest operators both announced switches in their management ranks.
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