LOS ANGELES The Hamlet Restaurant Group is planning to introduce this spring a fast-casual burger concept named for the casual-dining chain’s original restaurant: Hamburger Hamlet. The first Hamburger Hamlet was a 58-year-old thespian-theme upscale burger concept founded in Los Angeles by actor Harry Lewis and his wife. The business was later sold to Prandium Inc., which eventually filed for bankruptcy. In 2004, the then-12-unit chain was bought by businessman Andrew Tavakoli for $10 ...

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