Even as casual dining operators continue to wrestle with the weakened economy, Frank Guidara, president and chief executive of Uno Chicago Grill, said the chain’s most recently revamped menu is helping to boost customer counts. The menu, which was launched this summer by the West Roxbury, Mass.-based chain, added 19 new dishes and removed 15, he said. “It’s been a long time since I’ve seen constant customer counts increases like this,” Guidara said. ...

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