Denny’s Corp. plans to test a fast-casual model of its family-dining restaurant concept in Orange County, Calif. Called Denny’s Café, the new fast-casual store will open Nov. 1 and have a smaller footprint than Denny’s traditional stores, approximately 3,000 square feet. It will seat 75 to 90 guests. According to Denny’s, the fast-casual test unit also “will feature a more streamlined menu.” Guests would place their orders at a front counter ...
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