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UNO Pizzeria & Grill

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Uno Pizzeria & Grill

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This casual chain specializes in Chicago-style deep-dish pizza

A family-friendly chain specializing in Chicago-style deep-dish pizzas; also has fast-casual and QSR units

Overall, the varied menu category is flat, up .3% in sales to $23.9 billion and .5% in units to 7,792.

In a recent Technomic survey, customers reveal which restaurant chains offer the most craveable pizzas that they can’t get anywhere else.

Pizza may be a national staple, but its different styles vary based on regions, from the Quad Cities to New Haven. With regional menu items such as Nashville chicken popping up on menus, could pizza be the next regional hit?

While the Top 500’s casual-dining segment increased sales by 3.5% to almost $58 billion in 2015, it’s losing share as other segments outpace it.