SAN DIEGO Calif. Keep it simple. Thatâ€™s the operations mantra at Daphneâ€™s Greek Cafe, a fast-casual chain that has nearly 80 units and is positioning itself for a growth spurt. By early 2008, the San Diego-based company hopes to start selling franchises, and also plans to open corporate stores at the rate of 15 to 20 per year for the next several years, said Daphneâ€™s president Steven Fricker.Daphneâ€™s, founded in 1991, is positioned as a casual eatery that features fresh Greek food in ...
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