CALABASAS HILLS Calif. The casual-dining Grand Lux Café chain is undergoing the most extensive menu overhaul in its 10-year history, including the addition of a small-plates category called “Minis, Bites & Tapas.”The move follows sister brand The Cheesecake Factory, which earlier this year introduced its “Small Plates & Snacks” menu category, which chain officials have deemed a success and which has helped to raise check averages.Both the 13-unit Grand Lux brand and the 146-unit Cheesecake ...

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