The parent to the Portillo’s Hot Dogs chain has agreed to a strategic investment by private equity firm Berkshire Partners, the company said Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the investment will help grow the 38-unit chain, as well as Barnelli’s Pasta Bowl. Both brands are operated by Chicago-based The Portillo Restaurant Group Inc. Portillo’s founder Dick Portillo said in a statement that he was “seeking an experience partner that shared our ...

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