The success of combined Luby’s Cafeteria-Fuddruckers locations has encouraged parent company Luby’s Inc. to continue adding the units to its portfolio, executives said. The Houston-based operator, which owns the two brands, as well as Cheeseburger in Paradise, said the side-by-side cafeteria-burger format works well for Luby’s and Fuddruckers. The first combined location opened 18 months ago in Houston, and was added to Luby’s same-store sales base in the third ...
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