ATLANTA Focus Brands Inc., the franchisor of several quick-service brands, said that it is experimenting with table service in 35 branches of its 400-unit Schlotzsky’s sandwich chain. About 20 company restaurants and 15 franchised stores now offer table service instead of having customers retrieve their food from the counter after their name or number is called, said Steve Romaniello, Focus’ president and chief executive. The employees who bring the orders to the tables are not ...

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