Smaller cafe designed as growth vehicle for urban markets
Denny's new fast-casual model, Denny's Café, will allow the family-dining chain to expand in urban markets, an executive from the chain told Nation's Restaurant News. David Demers, director of development projects and services for Spartanburg, S.C.-based Denny’s Corp., said the smaller footprint of Denny's Café opens up possibilities for the 1,600-unit chain in areas where real-estate constraints prevented it from developing traditional full-service ...
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