MARYVILLE Tenn. Ruby Tuesday said its upscale repositioning is starting to gain traction with consumers, leading the company to its best quarterly sales performance in three years. The 884-unit chain will continue to build promotions around its more premium menu items, such as lobster and steak, as it seeks to grow its average check from $12 to a range of $12.50 to $14.50, chief executive Sandy Beall said Wednesday in a conference call with investors. Same-store sales at company stores fell ...

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