Beer and wine — or even wine-based margaritas — have long been a part of fast-casual chain restaurant menus, but a growing number of concepts are ramping up their alcohol offerings to stand out from the crowd. RELATED • Flavored cocktails drove 2012 restaurant drink sales • Technomic: Restaurant alcohol sales continue to rise • More restaurant industry beverage news Last year, Smashburger launched a new craft beer pairings program that matches ...
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