Fine-dining restaurateurs recounting their development of fast-casual concepts agreed that applying their high-end food and service to a different lifestyle segment is quite the opposite of scaling down or “taking a step back.” Rather, making a mark in fast casual requires even more investments in time and energy in the supply chain and training of staff, they told NRA Show attendees during the “From Fine to Fast” panel. RELATED • Study: Operational ...

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