Chili's Grill & Bar


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Chili's sees a more conservative consumer

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.

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The brand is reformulating some of its most popular menu categories as it looks to boost sales and get back on consumers' radars.

The value-focused spots helped draw in customers. But the chain lost some off-premise business as it moved away from virtual brands.

Allen had been with parent Brinker International since 2014. He gave no reason for his departure in a LinkedIn post Monday.

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