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A chain of motorsports-theme restaurants designed to attract families, young adults and couples with its specialty Buffalo wings
The casual chain is offering diners two of its Custom Built Combos for $20.
Restaurant renovations are on a lot of minds at the NRA show this year.
Brick House signs first zee, Carl’s tries a sports theme, Krispy heads north, Hooters operator buys Fresh Juice. Plus, Dunkin' and Togo's square off in California, and Einstein Bros. tops the 3-0 mark in non-traditional sites for 2013.
Ed Doherty insists his success as a restaurant franchisee is a tale of phenomenal luck, starting with the purchase of his first restaurants in 1985.
An auto-themed chain known for its specialty Buffalo wings available with 20 sauces
Bruce Lane has been promoted to the position after starting at the company this past June.
Yes, customer habits are changing. But some operators are changing along with them—and reaping rewards.
When a Denver franchisee told Katy Malaniak, Quaker Steak & Lube’s senior director of food & beverage, “We really need to do something with queso,” she jumped on the idea for The Lube’s fall LTOs.
The intended buyer says it plans to expand the wings chain into a national brand.
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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