Bennigan’s Franchising Co. plans to open a second prototype casual-dining restaurant in Melbourne, Fla., in midsummer modeled after a new unit that opened earlier this year in Fayetteville, Tenn. Components of the Fayetteville restaurant will also be used in conversions, such as one underway in The Woodlands, Texas, north of Houston, said Paul Mangiamele, president and chief executive of Dallas-based Bennigan’s Franchising, in an interview earlier this month. “We worked on ...

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