The 146-unit Mimi’s Café chain has overhauled its menu across all three dayparts and added a selection of small plates. Mimi’s, a subsidiary of Columbus, Ohio-based Bob Evans Farms Inc., said Monday that it has added more than 40 new items during breakfast, lunch and dinner, including an expanded “Gourmet Franais” section that emphasizes the brand’s French influences, a number of lighter dishes under a “Fresh & Fit” category and all-day ...
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