Casual-dining chain testing smaller prototypes as it eyes new avenues for growth
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. said it plans to test smaller restaurant prototypes, including one with a limited-service format that could give the chain a presence in the competitive fast-casual “better burger” space. Kevin Caulfield, senior director of communications for Greenwood Village, Colo.-based Red Robin, told NRN late Tuesday the move also would allow the 452-unit chain to pursue growth opportunities in non-traditional locations, including urban spaces, airports, ...
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