McAlister’s Deli this spring has debuted a new prototype that refreshes the 23-year-old fast-casual concept and emphasizes its signature tea program with a stand-apart Tea Bar. The new look debuted full scale at newly constructed franchised units in Lexington, Ky., and Aurora, Colo., in March. New elements were first vetted in a “heavy remodel” at a company restaurant in Clinton, Miss., that reopened in December, said Frank Paci, McAlister’s president and chief ...
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