Tim Pulido stepped in as president of the 125-unit Mimi’s Café chain in December after outgoing president Russ Bendel left to join The Cheesecake Factory. Pulido came from Shakey’s USA Inc., where he had spent the past year as chief executive working to revive the 55-year-old pizza-and-entertainment concept. At Mimi’s, a Tustin, Calif.-based chain owned by Columbus, Ohio-based Bob Evans Farms Inc., Pulido has begun looking at ways to reposition the brand, revitalize legacy ...

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