Chili's Grill & Bar

Food

Inside Chili's quest to craft a value-priced burger that could take on McDonald's

Behind the Menu: How the casual-dining chain smashes expectations with a winning combination of familiarity and price with its new Big Smasher burger.

Operations

3 reasons Chili's is doing so well right now

A focus on value and operations is helping both sales and profits at the casual-dining chain.

The burger mirrors McDonald’s signature sandwich in almost every way and continues Chili’s efforts to steal share from fast-food chains.

Fast-food price increases have made price points between the two brands closer than ever. But there is a better comparison for the casual-dining restaurant chain.

Customers gravitated toward more affordable menu items late last year, but the brand said underlying trends are strong.

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After a successful return to the airwaves earlier this year, the chain plans to invest up to $60 million in more commercials.

The virtual wing brand will get a physical presence at the bar and in the dining room as the chain looks to boost traffic.

Restaurant Rewind: In Part II of our two-part special report on the godfather of casual dining, we look at how the serial entrepreneur walked away from one of the biggest jobs in the business to start all over.

Reality Check: 3-for-$10 (or thereabouts) and buy one/take one home deals are back in vogue.

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