ATLANTA Huddle House. —Other family-dining chains have revamped their menus and altered their marketing strategies to thwart casual dining’s invasion of their turf, but not Sure, the 430-unit chain has redesigned its menu, spiffed up the interiors of its restaurants and launched one of its largest promotions in recent years. But those moves were designed to strengthen the chain’s ability to combat its most potent competitors: quick-service ...
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