Operators in the breakfast-and-lunch segment are finding that the “early to bed, early to rise” business model can make for happy employees and healthy returns—no matter the economy.With hours that contribute to workers’ quality of life, limited menu items with attractive margins and comparatively low startup costs, breakfast-and-lunch eateries are catching the eye of both seasoned industry veterans and newcomers.The segment’s menus usually feature pancakes, omelets and skillets for ...

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