What’s old is new again for Max & Erma’s, as the 73-unit casual-dining chain debuted a new look last week that will be the basis for a systemwide remodeling program and resumed growth. Max & Erma’s new prototype in its headquarters city of Columbus, Ohio, blends many of the chain’s quirky design elements with modern décor, said Hazem Ouf, chief executive of Denver-based parent company American Blue Ribbon Holdings LLC, or ABRH. New interior elements ...
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