After more than a year of operating under pressures from nearly every angle, including stalled consumer spending and increased operating costs, many restaurant operators have been forced to make changes. Some cut employees, others delayed maintenance or repairs to their locations and some found ways to better use what they already have to succeed. Earlier this month, Nation’s Restaurant News canvassed restaurateurs nationwide to see what moves they have made to better their businesses during ...
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