Denver Qdoba Mexican Grill, a 373-unit fast-casual burrito chain based here, is negotiating leases to open company-owned restaurants in New York City this fall, a company spokeswoman said. The move is an attempt to help build the market for its franchisee, Madalex LLC, which operates three units in New York City — one in Manhattan and two in Queens. Rival Chipotle Mexican Grill, which does not franchise any of its more than 600 units, operates 18 ...
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