The Umami Burger chain is planning to debut another variant of the concept in Los Angeles this summer. Parent company Los Angeles-based Umami Restaurant Group said Thursday it is planning to open a streamlined version of its full-service burger concept that also will serve as a test location for new menu items and technology innovations. Dubbed U-Mini, the new variant will debut in a 1,200-square-foot space in Los Angeles’ Westwood Village, a neighborhood next to the UCLA campus. ...

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