NEW YORK There’s a reason the song says, “If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere,” as the management of Qdoba Mexican Grill was all too aware when it opened the Denver-based chain’s first company-operated store in New York City two months ago. Intended as a prototype for a major push into New York and other major urban markets, the unit was developed at an A-plus site in the heart of midtown, an area where C and D locations would outstrip the ...
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