Chuy’s, a Tex-Mex-inspired casual-dining chain, moved from private equity ownership to the public stock market in 2012. Here's how the Austin, Texas-based brand reached its current status of 51 units, with expectations to open more locations in the next five years. More from the Next Steps special report: • Case study: Chuy's builds momentum after IPO • How four restaurant chains flourish • Tips from restaurant industry experts • Advice from restaurant ...
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