Casual dining: Supply outweighs demand
(Continued from page 1) Barish views casual dining as the riskiest segment for investing, citing slow growth. To take market share in a quickly maturing sector like varied-menu casual dining, he wrote, operators would need same-store sales drivers like an innovative menu, successful marketing, remodels or strong brand differentiation. “We see potential upside for operators like Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Buffalo Wild Wings, who have seen success from brand upgrades and ...
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