Diners’ desire to customize their food has become a long-standing trend, and some operators have found self-serve condiment bars to be a point of differentiation that can improve guests’ experiences and keep them coming back.
 Salsa bars have long been a staple at burrito chains, and some operators in other segments also are starting to mix up their sauce offerings to keep customers’ attention.
 Atlanta-based Moe’s Southwest Grill recently redesigned the salsa ...

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