The 406-unit Moe’s Southwest Grill is introducing a new prototype, in time for the 10th anniversary of the fast-casual Mexican chain, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday. The redesign, which will be incorporated into the design of 34 new Moe’s restaurants this year, will include new furniture, signage, more sustainable equipment and a warmer color scheme in the dining room, said spokeswoman Lauren Barash. “All of the new locations will have this new updated look and some of ...

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