SAN MATEO Calif. The design of a new Togo’s restaurant here cuts building costs by more than 30 percent, compared with the prior prototype, while incorporating a more efficient and guest-friendly service counter and a warmer decor, said an official of the 258-unit sandwich chain. San Jose, Calif.-based Togo’s Eateries Inc., owner of the entirely franchised chain, said the system’s first next-generation restaurant opened in late June in Anaheim Hills in Southern California. On Thursday ...

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