(Continued from page 2) Dozens of restaurant brands have identified nontraditional and on-site locations as growth areas for 2014 and beyond, and operators are expressing greater openness to health care settings when the real estate turns out to be as desirable as that offered at major urban hospitals. Matros of Protein Bar conceded he planned to expand in Chicago, Washington, D.C., and soon Denver, primarily through opening traditional restaurants, but the experience so far at Northwestern ...

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