In the face of shifting consumer needs and a rocky casual-dining climate, many full-service restaurants are creating fast-casual spinoffs or experimenting with fast-casual service styles. While the move isn’t exactly new — many restaurant chains began heavy efforts around 2010 — it is an increasingly used strategy, especially by brands looking to gain incremental traffic, reach a new customer base or reduce the costs of development and labor. According Chris Miller, ...
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