DALLAS —The seafood segment, long dominated by casual-dining and fine-dining formats and recently appearing to trend up-market along with the soaring cost of fish, is seeing innovation from fast-casual concepts that are able to tame both commodity inflation and the category’s trickier operational standards. Consider three examples: A Dallas-area fine-dining seafood restaurant operator recently expanded into the fast-casual ...

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