Ruby Tuesday is planning to convert about six of its underperforming casual-dining units into three other concepts it either already owns or has development rights for, the company said Friday. The conversions will center around three brands: Jim ’N Nicks Bar-B-Q, Truffles Cafe and Wok Hay, Ruby Tuesday spokesman Rick Johnson said. The company acquired the now two-unit Wok Hay Asian bistro concept three years ago, and it has purchased development rights for the 26-unit regional ...
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