As casual-dining players battle to rev up flagging same-store sales, many are overhauling their bars with a renewed focus on craft beers and fresh, seasonal cocktails. For years, the casual-dining segment has been losing market share to the growing fast-casual sector, especially to value-focused bar-and-grill concepts. But one aspect of casual dining stands apart from fast-casual competitors, according to Wyman Roberts, president and CEO of Chili’s parent Brinker International ...
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