Casual-dining chain Chuy’s will expand into five new states this year, parent company Chuy’s Holdings Inc. executives said Monday. The company, which went public last summer, plans to add eight to nine new locations to its 40-unit, Tex-Mex-themed chain this year, executives said in a fourth-quarter earnings call. “A lot of them will be in the Southeast market,” said Chuy’s president and chief executive Steve Hislop. “You will see us actually go ...

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