In a 15-acre area of Dallas, restaurant impresario Phil Romano is doing what he does best — giving life to new concepts. This time, however, Romano, who has created numerous brands, including Fuddruckers and Romano’s Macaroni Grill, is nurturing the concepts of others at his Trinity Groves Restaurant Concept Incubator. The incubator, which aims to produce as many as 30 foodservice businesses in the next few years, is one of several such ventures promoting restaurant ...
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