Veggie Grill, a 16-unit fast-casual chain, plans to double in size over the next 18 months after raising $20 million in equity funding, the company said Monday. Veggie Grill chief energizing officer Greg Dollarhyde said the Santa Monica, Calif.-based concept, known for its vegetarian menu, has secured $20 million in common stock funding from both new and existing investors, including a substantial amount from private-equity firm Brentwood Associates, which is now the company’s ...

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